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    Pokémon 2BA Master

    • TV program: Pokémon
    Pokᅢᄅmon 2BA MASTER is the first soundtrack released for the Pokᅢᄅmon television series in America. It has been released in many languages around the world, sometimes as Pokᅢᄅmon 2.B.A. MASTER. Later releases of the album featured an extra CD, Pokᅢᄅmon World, incorporating the theme song of the Orange Islands portion of the series. Excerpts of tracks two to five, and nine to ten, were shown as short music videos during the second American broadcast season of the anime, in a segment titled Pikachu's Jukebox. Character vocals occasionally pop up in the songs, such as with "Misty's Song", and in particular during Team Rocket's song on the ninth track "Double Trouble (Team Rocket)", which is almost entirely sung by Jessie, James, Meowth, and Giovanni. One particular vocal bit in the song "Everything Changes" conflicts with the continuity of the series in that it has Brock, Misty, and Ash discussing the evolution of Ash's Metapod into Butterfree, when in fact, Brock had not yet been introduced at the time the event took place in the anime. There is also an error in the title track "2BA Master", in which the singer, upon claiming that one needs to know all the different types of
    8.00
    8 votes
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    Dragon Ball: Original USA TV Soundtrack Recording

    Dragon Ball: Original USA TV Soundtrack Recording

    • TV program: Dragon Ball
    Dragon Ball: Original USA TV Soundtrack Recording is the official domestic US soundtrack from the anime Dragon Ball released in 1995. The score was written and composed by then series composer Peter Berring. It also includes the theme song known by fans as "Get That Dragon Ball!" which was written by Brian Griffith. As of 2007, this is the only domestic US soundtrack of the show to be produced for the consumer.
    8.71
    7 votes
    3

    Angel: Live Fast Die Never

    • TV program: Angel
    Angel: Live Fast, Die Never is a soundtrack album for the TV series Angel. The album primarily features scores composed by Robert J. Kral. In addition it also contains an extended version of the opening credits by Darling Violetta, performances from actors Andy Hallett, and Christian Kane, as well as Kim Richey's "A Place Called Home" which is featured in the episode "Shells" and VAST's "Touched" which was featured in the second episode "Lonely Hearts". The album was released in the United States on May 17, 2005, a year after the show's final episode. All of the tracks performed by outside bands meant something special to the show. "I'm Game" was composed by Christophe Beck, who also composed seasons two through four of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and was used throughout the series as a theme for whenever Angel or his team were involved in heroic actions. "Touched" was considered by many fans to be a theme of the show, and VAST's music was used in the original unaired pilot episode of Angel. "LA Song" was written by David Greenwalt, who co-created the series, and was performed by Christian Kane who played Lindsey McDonald through all five seasons of the show. "Lady Marmalade" and
    6.67
    9 votes
    4

    Famous 'Seven' Princess OST

    • TV program: Famous 'Seven' Princess
    Famous 'Seven' Princess is the name of a soundtrack in 2006 for the KBS drama 소문난칠공주 (Famous 'Seven' Princess).
    8.00
    7 votes
    5

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Album

    • TV program: Buffy the Vampire Slayer
    Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Album is a soundtrack album featuring music from the Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV series. The album is made up mostly of tracks by little-known artists, though some better known ones, such as Garbage and Alison Krauss, are also featured. A small part of the television show's original score is also included. Although the album was released in 1999, it contains music from Buffy's first four seasons. A follow up, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Radio Sunnydale – Music from the TV Series, was released in 2003.
    7.14
    7 votes
    6

    NWA: TNA The Music, Vol. 1

    • TV program: NWA: Total Nonstop Action
    NWA: TNA The Music, Vol. 1 was the first of two CDs released from NWA: TNA, in early 2003. These CDs were not available in stores and instead sold exclusively on their website. All of these songs were written and composed by TNA's musician, Dale Oliver. This was succeeded by a second album later that year, following the same exclusivity trend as this volume. The themes of A.J. Styles and Jeff Jarrett were later re-released on the 3rd Degree Burns: The Music of TNA Wrestling Vol. I album, the first TNA album release dropping the National Wrestling Alliance prefix.
    7.00
    7 votes
    7

    Taina soundtrack

    • TV program: Taina
    Taina: Original Television Soundtrack is the soundtrack for the TV series Taina. The album was released on February 19, 2002 by Jive records and Nick Records. The album contains songs mostly from the show's second season, such as "Feel Good". Other songs are sung by the show's stars Christina Vidal and LaTangela along with other songs sung by 3LW and Dream, which both acts guest starred on the show.
    7.83
    6 votes
    8

    Our Little Corner of the World: Music From Gilmore Girls

    • TV program: Gilmore Girls
    Our Little Corner of the World: Music from Gilmore Girls is a 2002 soundtrack release from Rhino Records for The WB's Gilmore Girls. The album is a combination of selections from the score composed by Sam Phillips and the music of other musicians heard, mostly, during the first two seasons of the show. Also included on the album is the new version of "Where You Lead" by Carole King and her daughter Louise Goffin, a snippet of which serves as the theme song for the show. The album was originally scheduled for release on September 24, 2002 to coincide with the premiere of the third season however it was delayed for one week, until October 1, 2002. In her review of the album, Heather Phares of Allmusic said, "Our Little Corner of the World is almost too good to be true, and one of the best television soundtracks released in recent memory." Noel Holston of the Long Island, New York newspaper Newsday found that for the selection of rock-pop songs, "It's not appreciably better than the new Scrubs CD or the 1999 companion to Felicity" however with the interspersed compositions from Sam Philips, "It knits together like a bright teen's daydream." Mary Jacobi of The Village Voice noted that,
    7.50
    6 votes
    9

    Beyblade OST 1

    • TV program: Beyblade
    The Beyblade Original Soundtrack (ベイブレード」オリジナルサウンドトラック), Beyblade OST 1, or simply Beyblade OST is the first soundtrack of the music heard in the anime series Beyblade from the first season. Some of these bgms such as "Daichi's Scream" are like easter eggs from the manga. Daichi was in the timeline of 2001 in the manga.
    6.43
    7 votes
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    7.00
    6 votes
    11

    Neon Genesis Evangelion: The Day of Second Impact

    • TV program: Neon Genesis Evangelion
    Evangelion: The Day of Second Impact is a soundtrack album featuring music from the Neon Genesis Evangelion TV series and the films Evangelion: Death and Rebirth and The End of Evangelion. It was released in Japan on September 13, 2000 by King Records and in North America on September 7, 2004 by Geneon Entertainment. All of the songs on this album previously appeared on other Evangelion albums or singles. As the title implies, the date of the album's Japanese release matches that of the Second Impact, a pivotal event in the Evangelion storyline.
    7.80
    5 votes
    12

    Robin Hood

    • TV program: Robin Hood
    Robin Hood is a CD containing the incidental music soundtrack to the BBC television series Robin Hood. Composed by Andy Price, the music is performed by the Danubia Symphony Orchestra and was performed at the Budapest Opera House, production of the series having been based near Budapest. The CD was released mid-way through the programme's first series in November 2006.
    7.80
    5 votes
    13

    Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack

    • TV program: Doctor Who
    Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack is a soundtrack album released on 4 December 2006, containing incidental music composed by Murray Gold and used in the 2005 and 2006 series of Doctor Who. The release included a fourteen-page booklet containing an introduction to the album by "Doctor Who" Executive Producer Julie Gardner, written on 8 November 2006; and four pages of comments on the contents of the album, written by Murray Gold in November 2006. The booklet also featured many publicity pictures, including a Cyberman, a Dalek ship, Matron Casp and the New Earth Hospital, the Doctor and Rose, and a Slitheen. The last page has a picture of Dalek Sec from "Doomsday". It was originally released as a special limited edition, which featured a cardboard slipcase containing the jewel CD case, as well as a small badge featuring the Doctor and Rose, as seen on the cover artwork. In 2008 a new cover was released for this album, removing Rose and including a different picture of the Doctor. The album features 31 tracks, including two of variations of the Doctor Who theme music. The longest track is "Doomsday" at 5:11 and the shortest is the TV version of the theme tune (0:40). The
    8.75
    4 votes
    14

    Dragon Ball Z Complete Song Collection 3: Tobidase! Hero

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Complete Song Collection 3: Fly Away, Hero! (ドラゴンボールZ コンプリート・ソングコレクション3 ~飛び出せ! ヒーロー~, Doragon Bōru Zetto Konpurīto Songu Korekushon Surī~Tobidase! Hīrō~) is the third instalment of a four volume three disc Dragon Ball Z Complete Song Collection cd soundtrack set from the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on March 21, 2003 in Japan only. This set spans hits 11-15 of the Hit Song Collection series and includes tracks from hit 18½.
    8.75
    4 votes
    15

    Simoun OST 1

    • TV program: Simoun
    This is the first of two original soundtrack albums for the 2006 TV anime Simoun. It was released in Japan by Victor Entertainment. (Incomplete list)
    8.75
    4 votes
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    5.71
    7 votes
    17
    Cowboy Bebop

    Cowboy Bebop

    • TV program: Cowboy Bebop
    Cowboy Bebop is the first album recorded by The Seatbelts for Cowboy Bebop. It features music played during the show, including an extended version of the theme song. It is one of the few soundtracks to a television show to achieve a perfect five star rating from Allmusic. All tracks by The Seatbelts
    6.50
    6 votes
    18

    Sabrina, The Teenage Witch: The Album

    • TV program: Sabrina, the Teenage Witch
    Sabrina, the Teenage Witch – The Album is a soundtrack album released on October 27, 1998, by Geffen Records. It contains music featured in the Sabrina TV series, including one song recorded by actress Melissa Joan Hart, who plays Sabrina Spellman in the show. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA.
    7.40
    5 votes
    19

    Azumanga Daioh Original Soundtrack, Volume 1

    • TV program: Azumanga Daioh
    Azumanga Daioh Original Soundtrack, Volume 1 (あずまんが大王: オリジナルサウンドトラック, Volume 1) is the first volume of the soundtrack to the Azumanga Daioh anime TV series. It was performed by the Kuricorder Pops Orchestra with Oranges & Lemons providing vocals for the intro and ending themes. It was released in the U.S. by Geneon on 2005-03-08.
    6.33
    6 votes
    20

    Dragon Ball Z Complete Song Collection 4: Eien no Yakusoku

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Complete Song Collection 4: Promise of Eternity (ドラゴンボールZ コンプリート・ソング・コレクション4~永遠の約束~, Doragon Bōru Zetto Konpurīto Songu Korekushon Foru~Eien no Yakusoku~) is the final instalment of a four volume three disc Dragon Ball Z Complete Song Collection CD soundtrack set from the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on April 23, 2003 in Japan only. This set spans hits 16-18½ of the Hit Song Collection series and includes vocal tracks from the soundtracks to the PSX video games and the bonus tracks up till now were only available on the 8mm CD singles of the closing theme to DBZ movies 10-13, plus three Dragon Ball Z related songs from Akira Toriyama: The World making this volume quite sought after by many collectors. 2. BATTLE SPECTACLE MEDLEY:
    8.25
    4 votes
    21

    Rozen Maiden OST

    • TV program: Rozen Maiden
    Rozen Maiden OST is the original sound track based on the anime, Rozen Maiden and Rozen Maiden Träumend (second season). A number of Rozen Maiden Drama CDs have been released. They are character dramas that often do not tie in with the plot- more like short stories/dramas based on the series. Seven volumes have been released- Vol.1 Suigintou, Vol.2 Kanaria, Vol.3 Suiseiseki, Vol.4 Souseiseki, Vol.5 Shinku, Vol.6 Hina Ichigo, Vol.7 Barasuishou. Though Kirakishou is the true seventh doll in the series, there has been no Drama CDs based on Kirakishou, probably due to the lack of information about her.
    5.43
    7 votes
    22

    Area 88: Sound File 1

    • TV program: Area 88
    Area 88 is a trance soundtrack that was produced throughout 2004 and were for the anime TV series Area 88. Released March 17, 2004 Released March 17, 2004 Released March 25, 2004
    6.17
    6 votes
    23

    Dexter: Music From the Showtime Original Series

    • TV program: Dexter
    Dexter: Music from the Showtime Original Series is a soundtrack album featuring music from the American television series Dexter. The album was released on August 28, 2007, on CD and download from the iTunes Store. The album contains 25 tracks over 1 hour and 4 minutes. Track 1 is the opening theme by Rolfe Kent. Tracks 2 through 11 are mostly Cuban and Latin music used during the show, with tracks 2, 6 and 9 containing narration by Michael C. Hall. Tracks 12 through 24 were written by Daniel Licht, who composed all of the show's other themes. Bonus track 25 is track 24, "Blood Theme", with Jon Licht singing over. Kent's widely praised opening theme utilises an eclectic selection of European and Asian instruments, including ukulele, piano, bouzouki, trumpets, pizzicato strings, electric piano, saz, and tambour, set to an Afro-Cuban beat. Licht's original themes are based around a mixture of Latin and electronic music, reflecting Dexter's warm and cold elements. The well-known "Blood Theme", played during the credits on every episode, uses a combinition of piano and bassoon and bowed string instruments such as violin, viola and cello. The first measures of the "Blood Theme" were
    8.00
    4 votes
    24

    Glee: The Music, Volume 1

    • TV program: Glee
    Glee: The Music, Volume 1 is the debut soundtrack album by the cast of the musical television series Glee, which airs on Fox in the United States. It features cover versions from the first nine episodes of the first season and was released on November 2, 2009 by Columbia Records and 20th Century Fox Television Records. The album received mixed reviews from critics, with many praising large ensemble numbers, but comparing it to karaoke tracks. It went to number one on album charts in Ireland and the United Kingdom, and peaked at number three in Australia and number four in both Canada and the United States. Volume 1 has been certified platinum in these five countries. All non-bonus tracks from the album have been released as digital singles. The cast's debut single, a cover of Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'", charted within the top five in many countries and has sold over one million copies in the US. Other high-charting and best-selling singles include the covers of Queen's "Somebody to Love", Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline", and "Defying Gravity" from the musical Wicked. Glee Live! In Concert! saw the cast tour the US in promotion of the series' first season and its musical
    8.00
    4 votes
    25

    Rescue Me

    • TV program: Rescue Me
    Rescue Me is the official soundtrack to the American dark comedy TV show by the same name. The official soundtrack was released on May 8, 2006 on Nettwerk records.
    8.00
    4 votes
    26

    His and Her Circumstances ♥ Act 1.0

    • TV program: His and Her Circumstances
    His and Her Circumstances ♥ Act 1.0 (彼氏彼女の事情 ♥ ACT 1.0) is the first volume of the soundtrack to the anime His and Her Circumstances (Kare Kano in Japan). All the tracks were composed by Shiro Sagisu, who also composed the Evangelion soundtrack, and features performances by Norio Ariga & Yosui Inoue.
    6.80
    5 votes
    27

    New York Undercover: A Night at Natalies

    • TV program: New York Undercover
    New York Undercover: A Night at Natalie's is the second and final soundtrack to the Fox television series, New York Undercover. It was released on January 13, 1998 through MCA Records and consisted entirely of contemporary R&B. The soundtrack reached number 75 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart in the US.
    9.00
    3 votes
    28

    Heroes: Original Soundtrack

    • TV program: Heroes
    Heroes: Original Soundtrack is the official Heroes soundtrack. It was released on March 18, 2008 by The NBC Universal Television, DVD, Music & Consumer Products Group. It contains recordings from Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman, and contributions from Panic! at the Disco, Wilco, Imogen Heap, Bob Dylan, Nada Surf and David Bowie, among other artist and bands. The( ILOVECARS ) disc also includes the Heroes theme. The disk does not contain, however, "Eyes" by Rogue Wave, which was featured in the first and fourth episode. The B-side features 45 minutes of nonstop narrative by Sendhil Ramamurthy who plays Mohinder Suresh on the show. On February 29, 2008, NBC Universal Television, DVD, Music & Consumer Products Group released five music videos created by Heroes producer/director Allan Arkush, each combining show footage with songs from the soundtrack. The music videos were released on Zune and MSN. On April 14, 2009, a second soundtrack named Heroes: Original Score of the Television Series was released via La-La Land Records, containing the original score by Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman, and featuring the voice of Shenkar. The following tracks and pieces featured in the show are
    6.60
    5 votes
    29

    Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition

    • TV program: Neon Genesis Evangelion
    Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition is the fourth music album released relating to the Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise. It features a variety of tracks: three instrumental, five vocal, and four drama tracks. Addition was released on December 21, 1996 in Japan by King Records in two editions: a limited and a regular addition, which respectively bear the catalog numbers KICA-333 and KICA-334. The limited edition included a movie ticket for the first Evangelion movie, Evangelion: Death and Rebirth., which was released on March 15, 1997. The album cover features an illustration by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto, the character designer for the series. Addition has only been released in Japan. Addition features the seiyu for Rei Ayanami (Megumi Hayashibara), Asuka Langley Soryu (Yuko Miyamura) and Misato Katsuragi (Kotono Mitsuishi), who between them account for seven of the twelve tracks. The two classical pieces of music on Addition are by the composers George Frideric Handel and Ludwig van Beethoven. Hayashibara, Miyamura, and Mitsuishi are accompanied by the seiyu for Shinji Ikari and the supporting characters on the drama track Shuukyoku no Tsudzuki ("After the the End"), a humorous parody in
    6.60
    5 votes
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    6.60
    5 votes
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    NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack

    • TV program: NCIS
    NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack is a series of soundtrack albums featuring music used in the CBS television series NCIS. The first volume in the series, released on February 10, 2009, received attention for its method of compiling music for the album; show producers and writers were presented previously unreleased tracks from popular artists "ranging from Perry Farrell to Jakob Dylan as the shows were being crafted, and then taking inspiration from those tunes to help craft the show." This method contrasted with the norm for TV soundtracks, which tend to be compilations of previously released music that is already available individually or on other albums. NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack - Vol. 2 was released on November 3, 2009, according to Amazon.com. NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack is the first soundtrack album from the television series NCIS. The album is a two-disc, 22-track set that includes brand new songs from artists featured prominently in episodes of the series. According to the soundtrack website, NCIS show producers listened to literally dozens of submitted tracks before choosing the ones best suited for upcoming storylines, and from which the show's writers could
    5.67
    6 votes
    32

    Charmed: The Book of Shadows

    • TV program: Charmed
    Charmed: The Book of Shadows is a soundtrack album released in 2005, featuring music from the Charmed television series. It is also known as Charmed: The Book of Shadows: Music From and Inspired By. The album is made up mostly of tracks by little-known artists, though some better known ones, such as Dido and Ashlee Simpson, are also featured. None of the television show's original score is included, however its theme tune, "How Soon Is Now?", appears as a bonus track on the UK edition of the album. Although the album was released in 2005, it contains music from Charmed's first seven seasons. The album was produced by Jonathan Platt, Jonathan Miller, the president of Artists' Addiction Records, and Ken Miller, the Senior Vice President of Spelling Television. Platt said of the series' chronology of soundtrack albums: The album is the second in the trilogy of Charmed soundtrack albums, after 2003's Charmed: The Soundtrack. A followup, Charmed: The Final Chapter, was released in November 2006. The front cover of the album features publicity photographs of the series' three lead actresses, from left to right, Alyssa Milano, Rose McGowan and Holly Marie Combs. Despite being released in
    7.50
    4 votes
    33

    One Tree Hill, Volume 3: The Road Mix

    • TV program: One Tree Hill
    The Road Mix: Music from the Television Series One Tree Hill, Volume 3, the third soundtrack compiled of music featured on the teen drama One Tree Hill (which airs on The CW in the United States) was released on April 3, 2007.
    7.50
    4 votes
    34

    Chobits Original Soundtrack 001

    • TV program: Chobits
    Chobits Original Soundtrack 001 is the first soundtrack in a volume of two released for the anime Chobits. The score is composed by K-taro Takanami, unless noted otherwise.
    8.67
    3 votes
    35

    Dragon Ball Z Complete Song Collection 1: Hikari no Tabi

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Complete Song Collection 1: Journey of Light (ドラゴンボールZ コンプリート・ソングコレクション1~光の旅~, Doragon Bōru Zetto Konpurīto Songu Korekushon Wan~Hikari no Tabi~) is the first instalment of a four volume, three disc Dragon Ball Z Complete Song Collection cd soundtrack set from the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on January 18, 2003 in Japan only. This set spans hits 1-5 of the Hit Song Collection series and includes tracks from hit 8½. 15.KAGEYAMA’S POWER MEDLEY (Ultra New Edition):
    10.00
    2 votes
    36

    Dragon Ball Z: Hit Song Collection BEST "Never Ending Story"

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z: Hit Song Collection Best "Never Ending Story" (ドラゴンボールZ ヒット曲集ベスト“ネヴァー・エンディング・ストーリー”, Doragon Bōru Zetto Hitto Kyokushū Besuto "Nevuā Endeingu Sutōrī") is a two disc CD soundtrack set of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on November 30, 1996 in Japan only. This include tracks considered fan favorites spanning all twenty of the Hit Song Collection Series. The first disc's track list is made up of fast paced tracks, while the second disc's track list is made of soft ballads. An exclusive to this collection is the song "Kimi no Sora e".
    10.00
    2 votes
    37

    One Tree Hill

    • TV program: One Tree Hill
    One Tree Hill - Music From The WB Television Series, Vol. 1 is a compilation album, compiled of songs featured in the teen drama One Tree Hill (which at the time this album was released aired on The WB, but now airs on The CW). It was released on January 25, 2005 on Maverick Records.
    10.00
    2 votes
    38

    Songs From Instant Star

    • TV program: Instant Star
    Songs from Instant Star is the soundtrack for the first season of the television series Instant Star. The entire album is sung by Alexz Johnson, who portrays the show's protagonist Jude Harrison. There are two covers in the album: "Stupid Girl" was originally a single for the band Garbage in 1996, and "Temporary Insanity" was a single by band The Weekend, whose members Andrea Wasse and Christopher Ward also worked on the rest of the album.
    6.40
    5 votes
    39

    Dragon Ball Z: Ongakushû Vol. 2

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z: Music Collection Vol. 2 (ドラゴンボールZ 音楽集 Vol.2, Doragon Bōru Zetto Ongakushū Vol. Tzū) is a soundtrack album that features the entire musical score of the eighth Dragon Ball Z film Moe Tsukiro!! Nessen, Retsusen, Chôgekisen (Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan in the Funimation dub) by composer Shunsuke Kikuchi. It was released by Columbia Records exclusively in Japan first on May 1, 1993 and again on September 22, 2004 as a part of the Animex 1200 series as it 62nd installment. All other tracks are composed and performed by Shunsuke Kikuchi. 1.Hironobu Kageyama 22.Hironobu Kageyama & Yuka
    7.25
    4 votes
    40

    All That: The Album

    • TV program: All That
    All That: The Album is the soundtrack the hit Nickelodeon television series All That. The album was created and recorded in 1994-1996. The songs were from musical guest in Seasons 1 (1994-1995) through Season 2 (1995-1996). The dialogues were directly from All That sketches like Good Burger, Vital Information, and Superdude. This CD wasn't released till a week after the premiere of Season 3, so Amanda Bynes isn't in the CD, nor is Angelique Bates, due to her small amount of characters in the show, but she was heard briefly in the "Miss Fingerly v. Bacteria" dialogue. After the release of iCarly CD, it contained dialogues like The Album, but they were recorded to recap certain episodes from the first season. The Drake & Josh soundtrack and Zoey 101: Music Mix did not contain any dialogues from their releases.
    8.33
    3 votes
    41

    Chobits Original Soundtrack 002

    • TV program: Chobits
    Chobits Original Soundtrack 002 is the second soundtrack in a volume of two released for the anime Chobits. The score is composed by K-taro Takanami, unless noted otherwise.
    8.33
    3 votes
    42

    Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi

    • TV program: Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi
    Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi is a compilation album by pop duo PUFFY, released in 2004. It was compiled to tie in with the group's animated series of the same name. There is also a Japanese version of this CD, of which contains the subtitle, "Happy Fun Rock Music from the Series" and includes two additional "TV Mix" tracks. The album peaked at #49 on the Japanese Albums Chart. † Appears only on the Japanese Version of this CD.
    8.33
    3 votes
    43

    Tokyo Juliet

    • TV program: Tokyo Juliet
    Tokyo Juliet Original Soundtrack (traditional Chinese: 東方茱麗葉 電視原聲帶; pinyin: Dōng Fāng Zhūlīyè Diànshì Yuánshēngdài) is the soundtrack for the 2006 Taiwanese drama, Tokyo Juliet, starring Wu Chun of Fahrenheit, Ariel Lin and Simon Yam. It was released by HIM International Music on 8 June 2006. The ending theme song "非你莫屬" (I'm No One's But Yours) was composed by Taiwanese singer-songwriter Tank, which was also released in his second album Keep Fighting.
    8.33
    3 votes
    44

    H2O: Just Add Water

    • TV program: H2O: Just Add Water
    H2O: Just Add Water is the television soundtrack for series two of the television show of the same name, and consists of fifteen tracks by Australian singer Kate Alexa. It is Alexa's second album to be released and her first soundtrack album. The album was first released on iTunes on 8 September 2007, and was released in Australia on 10 September 2007. "No Ordinary Girl" is the theme song to the series; on the soundtrack it is listed as simply "Ordinary Girl", and was previously performed by Ellie Henderson during series one. Two tracks, "Somebody Out There" and "I Let Go", are from Alexa's debut album Broken & Beautiful, and the rest were co-written by Alexa and songwriters Anthony Egizii and David Musumeci exclusively for the soundtrack.
    6.20
    5 votes
    45

    Aunty Jack Sings Wollongong

    • TV program: The Aunty Jack Show
    Aunty Jack Sings Wollongong is an album released in 1974, as a spin-off from the cult ABC Television show Aunty Jack. It contains a mixture of songs, and sketches, and along with the single Farewell Aunty Jack is the only audio release from the Aunty Jack crew. The album follows the format of the Aunty Jack show - sketches with the main characters Aunty Jack, Thin Arthur, Kid Eager and Flange Desire (although Flange is almost completely absent from the album sketches) interspersed with sketches with other characters. According to the album notes "The Album was conceived as an aural/visual experience; a TV Show on record; sound with pictures. From a day trip to Wollongong to Spider Farrelly's Bucks Party. Settle back, close your eyes and be transported to a day in the life of Aunty Jack with Thin Arthur and Kid Eager." Side one starts off with a jokes dating back to the days of vinyl records. Aunty Jack gets "pronged" by the needle, Kid Eager falls down the hole in the centre of the album, and Aunty Jack with Thin Arthur get chased by the needle. After the first song they wind up in Wollongong, in the Gong A Go Go club where Norman Gunston introduces the Farrelly Brothers, who sing
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    Doctor Who: Terror of the Zygons

    • TV program: Doctor Who
    Doctor Who: Terror of the Zygons is an album of music by Geoffrey Burgon of his music for the Doctor Who serials Terror of the Zygons and The Seeds of Doom. The CD was sourced from the composer's own copies of the score, recorded at a low speed, resulting in lower fidelity. Terror of the Zygons The Seeds of Doom
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    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 17: Hippy Hoppy Shake!!

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 17: Hippy Hoppy Shake!! (ドラゴンボールZ ヒット曲集17~ヒッピー・ホッピー・シェイク!!, Doragon Bōru Zetto Hitto Kyokushū Sebantēn~Hippī Hoppī Sheiku!!), despite its title, is the eighteenth installment of the Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on March 1, 1995 in Japan only.
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    2 votes
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    Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus

    • TV program: Hannah Montana
    Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus is the second soundtrack album from the Disney Channel original series Hannah Montana and the debut studio album of Miley Cyrus. The album was first released on June 26, 2007 by Walt Disney Records and Hollywood Records. In the television series, American recording artist and actress Miley Cyrus portrays Miley Stewart, a girl with a secret double life as pop star Hannah Montana. The two-disc "hybrid" album is the follow-up to the series' first soundtrack Hannah Montana (2006), and also acts as the debut release of Cyrus. Cyrus performs all of the soundtrack's 20 tracks, while being credited to Hannah Montana for half of them. The album is separated with two discs. The first disc, entitled Hannah Montana 2 features ten recordings by the character of Hannah Montana, while the second disc, entitled Meet Miley Cyrus, features ten tracks by Cyrus. The Meet Miley Cyrus album was Cyrus' debut album. The album debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 and sold 326,000 copies, selling faster in its first week than the previous soundtrack, which sold 281,000 copies during its debut week. On the strength of holiday season sales, the album returned and remained in
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    2 votes
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    Hannah Montana 3

    • TV program: Hannah Montana
    Hannah Montana 3 is the third soundtrack album for the Disney Channel Original Series Hannah Montana. It was released to stores and digital retailers on July 7, 2009 in the United States under Walt Disney Records. The album was originally set for release on July 14, 2009, but was pushed forward a week for unknown reasons. Hannah Montana 3 is the fourth soundtrack (excluding the live album) in participation of Miley Cyrus's alter ego, Hannah Montana and ninth under the franchise and is the soundtrack for the third season of Hannah Montana. The album is the follow-up to the 2007, triple-platinum selling record, Hannah Montana 2. The album received mostly positive reviews by About.com and Entertainment Weekly for its fun party-dance tracks and ability to go deeper with "searching ballads", comparing the music and Cyrus's vocal abilities to Shania Twain, Gwen Stefani, Kelly Clarkson and more. It was not favored by Allmusic saying it was too "cookie cutter", even though "it seems to give fans exactly what they want". Hannah Montana 3 debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, selling about 137,000 copies. The songs "He Could Be the One" and "Let's Get Crazy" became Cyrus's (as Montana)
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    4 votes
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    Kimagure Orange Road - Loving Heart

    Kimagure Orange Road - Loving Heart

    • TV program: Kimagure Orange Road
    Serial No - LD32-5099 For lyrics and translations, please click on the name of the songs. (Bonus Karaoke Tracks - CD Re-released on March 15, 1995 Futureland TYCY-5435 Total Time = 76:43)
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    4 votes
    51

    KO One

    • TV program: KO One
    KO One Original Soundtrack (Chinese: 終極一班 電視原聲帶; pinyin: zhōngjí yībān diànshì yuánshēngdài) is the soundtrack for the 2005/2006 Taiwanese drama, KO One, starring Aaron Yan, Calvin Chen, and Jiro Wang of Taiwanese boy band, Fahrenheit and Danson Tang. It was released by HIM International Music on 27 December 2005. The album included song by the then newly formed Taiwanese boy band Fahrenheit and also brought fame to Taiwanese artist, Tank who wrote and sang the opening and ending theme songs. The album was the best selling soundtrack in 2006, selling more than 60,000 copies in Taiwan within the first month.
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    The Incredible Hulk: Original Soundtrack Recording

    • TV program: The Incredible Hulk
    The Incredible Hulk: Original Soundtrack Recording is the licensed promotional soundtrack from the '70s television series adaptation of The Incredible Hulk. This contains compositions by the series composer Joe Harnell which includes suites and compositions from the pilot film and from episodes Married, Homecoming, Prometheus, Ricky, Stop Susan Williams, and The Secret Empire. Also included is the disco version of the series theme which was heard in the episode Cliffhangers. 1. The Incredible Hulk: Main Title - version #1 2. Love Theme from The Incredible Hulk The Incredible Hulk: The Pilot: 3. Gamma Ray Treatment 4. Growing Anger 5. First Hulk Out/Second Hulk Out 6. Growing Tension/Explosion/Hulk Rescue and Susan's Death 7. The Lonely Man Theme Music from the Series: 8. The Incredible Hulk: Main Title - version #2 9. Married: The Wedding 10. Prometheus: Arrival at Project Prometheus 11. Ricky: Montage 12. Stop Susan Williams: Suite 13. Homecoming: Suite 14. The Secret Empire: Suite 15. Prometheus: Through The Floor/Hulk on the Rampage 16. Married: Prelude to Tragedy/Death Scene 17. Pilot: Graveyard Farewell-Lonely Man Theme Reprise 18. Theme from The Incredible Hulk (Disco
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    5 votes
    53

    Jonas L.A.

    • TV program: J.O.N.A.S!
    Jonas L.A. is the third soundtrack by the American pop rock group Jonas Brothers and their only soundtrack for Jonas L.A.. It was released on July 20, 2010 to positive reviews and debuted at #7 on the Billboard 200. "L.A. Baby (Where Dreams Are Made Of)" was released on Radio Disney on May 7, reaching #1 on the Top 30 Countdown, becoming their only #1 hit from the album on that chart, and it was released as a digital download on iTunes on June 29. "Feelin' Alive" was released on Radio Disney on June 11, reaching #6. The Song Charted at #16 in the Belgian UltraTop 50. "Chillin' in the Summetime" was released on Radio Disney on July 3. "Hey You" was released on Radio Disney on July 9, peaking at #5. Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic stated "Perhaps they're playing by the rules more than they did on Lines, but that's a good thing: they're letting themselves act like kids, not adults, winding up with a clutch of lively, effervescent pop." Enhanced CD Please insert the CD into your computer to access: The soundtrack debuted at #7 on US Billboard 200 with over 32,000 copies sold in the first week. The album became the eighth entry of the band in the chart.
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    3 votes
    54

    Ninja Scroll

    • TV program: Ninja Scroll: The Series
    Ninja Scroll is an original soundtrack to Japanese TV series of the same name, written and directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri. Taking place in ancient Japan, Ninja Scroll is the story of a wandering Ninja warrior named Jubei. The music for the soundtrack is co-scored by Kitaro and Peter (Peas) McEvilley.
    8.00
    3 votes
    55
    Tank! THE! BEST!

    Tank! THE! BEST!

    • TV program: Cowboy Bebop
    Cowboy Bebop Tank! THE! BEST! is the final album by The Seatbelts, containing 12 tracks including three all-new songs written for the 2005 game, featuring the vocals of Ilaria Graziano (Bolded below). Other songs are selected from the TV series and the Cowboy Bebop movie. The first pressing of the CD included a bonus sticker. The band split after this recording.
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    3 votes
    56

    Yu-Gi-OH! Duel Monsters: DUEL VOCAL BEST!!

    • TV program: Yu-Gi-Oh! GX
    Yu-Gi-OH! Duel Monsters: DUEL VOCAL BEST!! (遊☆戯☆王デュエルモンスターズ デュエル ヴォーカル ベスト!!, Yūgiō Dyueru Monsutāzu Dyueru Vōkaru Besuto!!) is an official Soundtrack from the anime Yu-Gi-OH! Duel Monsters. It was released by Pioneer on March 25, 2005 in Japan only. A second album, DUEL VOCAL BEST 2, was released in March 2010 and contains songs from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX and Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's. This album is quite popular among Yu-Gi-OH fans as it not only includes the opening and closing theme songs from the Duel Monsters series, but it also includes the theme song "Fire" from the 2004 Yu-Gi-OH movie Pyramid of Light. Unfortunately the opening and closing themes from Toei's Yu-Gi-OH! series are absent in this collection.
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    3 votes
    57

    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 18: Mirai e no Sanka

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragonball Z Hit Collection 18: For Participation of the Future (ドラゴンボールZ ヒット曲集18~未来への賛歌, Doragon Bōru Zetto Hitto Kyokushū Ettotēn~Mirai e no Sanka) despite its title is the nineteenth installment of the Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on January 21, 1996 in Japan only.
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    4 votes
    58

    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection II: Miracle Zenkai Power!!

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection II: Miracle Zenkai Power!! (ドラゴンボールZ ヒット曲集II~奇蹟ZENKAIパワー!!, Doragon Bōru Zetto Hitto Kyokushū Tzu~Kiseki ZENKAI Pawā!!) is the second installment of the Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on December 21, 1989 in Japan only. This collection mainly contains image songs by both Hironobu Kageyama and J-pop group Broadway. This is their second collaboration after the second opening and closing theme songs from Saint Seiya, "Soldier Dream" and "Blue Dream" respectively. The album's title come from lyrics found in the Dragon Ball Z closing theme song "Detekoi Tobikiri Zenkai Power!". Note: The listing of this track 9's real title can't be displayed here due to text limitations. 1. Hironobu Kageyama 2-9. Hironobu Kageyama and Broadway 10. Manna
    6.75
    4 votes
    59
    Original Soundtrack 1:Beck

    Original Soundtrack 1:Beck

    • TV program: BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad
    Original Soundtrack 1:Beck was an original soundtrack album for the anime and manga Beck. This album is the main soundtrack for Beck, containing all the songs used in the anime (excluding instrumental background score). Most of the music on this album was done by Beat Crusaders working with the voice actors, such as the songs listed as by BECK or The Dying Breed, neither of which actually exist.
    6.75
    4 votes
    60

    Darcy's Wild Life

    • TV program: Darcy's Wild Life
    Darcy's Wild Life is the soundtrack to the television series of the same name. The album is composed of hits by various artists used as background music for the show or inspired by it. It includes of the show's theme song and a song by fan 3, a rapper who appeared on the show.
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    2 votes
    61

    Dragon Ball: Ongakushû

    • TV program: Dragon Ball
    Dragon Ball: Music Collection (ドラゴンボール 音楽集, Doragon Bōru Ongakushū) is the official soundtrack of the anime Dragon Ball released by Columbia Records of Japan April 21, 1986 on vinyl. To date this is the only known soundtrack to be released during the series' lifespan. The album would be reissued through Columbia's ANIMEX 1200 Series September 25, 2003 as its 15th. release. 1. Hiroki Takahashi 14.Ushio Hashimoto All other track were composed and performed by Shunsuke Kikuchi.
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    2 votes
    62

    New York Undercover

    • TV program: New York Undercover
    New York Undercover is the soundtrack to the television series of the same name. It was released on September 19, 1995 through MCA Records and consisted mostly of contemporary R&B, with some hip hop. The soundtrack was a minor success, peaking at 73 on the Billboard 200 and 12 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and spawned two singles "Dom Perignon" and "I Miss You (Come Back Home)". Mary J. Blige's cover of Aretha Franklin's hit "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" was later featured in the 2002 Al Pacino science fiction film Simone.
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    2 votes
    63

    The Proud Family Soundtrack

    • TV program: The Proud Family
    The Proud Family is a soundtrack album for the show of the same name. A combination of both original tunes by the characters in the show, popular R&B hits by popular music artists such as Alicia Keys, India.Arie, and Solange & Destiny's Child (who perform the theme song), and classic soul music from artists such as Aretha Franklin and The O'Jays.
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    2 votes
    64

    Music of Fruits Basket

    • TV program: Fruits Basket
    There are two CDs containing music for the anime series Fruits Basket, Memory for You released in 2004, and Four Seasons (also known as Song for Ritsuko Okazaki), released in 2005, a year after Ritsuko Okazaki's death. Memory for You is the first soundtrack to be released for the anime adaptation of Fruits Basket, featuring all the instrumentals featured throughout the series' 26 episodes. It also features the TV sized versions of For Fruits Basket (the opening to the show) as well as A Small Prayer, both sung by the late Ritsuko Okazaki. In the English version of the anime, the original instrumentals are kept, but translated and sung in English by the English voice actress of Tohru Honda, Laura Bailey (the English versions of the songs, however, are not included on any of the soundtracks). All songs are composed by Jun Abe, and arranged by Seiji Muto, except where stated. Four Seasons, also known as Song for Ritsuko Okazaki is the second soundtrack to be released for the Fruits Basket anime, as an ode to the memory of Ritsuko Okazaki, who had died of septic shock, as a result of septicaemia. Little info is known about Eternal memories although the name suggests that it was
    5.80
    5 votes
    65

    Alcanzar una estrella II

    • TV program: Alcanzar una estrella II
    Alcanzar una estrella II (Album) is the second soundtrack to the telenovela Alcanzar una estrella II, released by Discos Melody. It was released as the telenovela was coming to an end in June 1991. The telenovela's fictional pop band Muñecos de Papel was formed by Sasha, Ricky Martin, Bibi Gaytan, Pedro Fernandez, Erick Rubin and Angelica Rivera. This album includes the voices of Bibi Gaytan and Erick Rubin - which had been omitted from its predecessor Muñecos de Papel album, released months earlier by Sony. It is, however, unclear whether Sasha, Pedro Fernandez and Angelica Rivera contributed backing vocals to the only group song "No quiero dejar de brillar" - Bibi Gaytan, Erick Rubin and Ricky Martin all have solo verses but the other members do not, and the credits do not include this information. "No quiero dejar de brillar" did not achieve the success of the group's previous single "Muñeco de Papel". In this album, the song is not credited to the fictional band Muñecos de Papel, but to "Estrellas de Alcanzar una Estrella" (Stars from Alcanzar una Estrella), which might indicate that it was not recorded by the six members of the group. Further evidence is the fact that there
    7.67
    3 votes
    66
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    3 votes
    67

    Cartoon Planet: Modern Music For Swinging Superheroes

    • TV program: Cartoon Planet
    Modern Music for Swinging Superheroes was a non-commercial promotional soundtrack for the cartoon varitey show Cartoon Planet, made in 1996 and not distributed by any major record label. It was composed of songs and skits spoken and sung by the characters Space Ghost, Zorak and Brak, with two new bonus tracks. The album is very rare and hard to find now, but all of the tracks were later released on the two Rhino Records Cartoon Planet albums in 1997 and 1998, which are still commercially available.
    7.67
    3 votes
    68

    Dark Angel

    • TV program: Dark Angel
    Dark Angel is the soundtrack to the television series, Dark Angel. It was released on April 23, 2002 through Artemis Records and consisted of songs of the hip hop and R&B genre. The soundtrack wasn't a commercial success, only making it to 50 on the Top Independent Albums.
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    3 votes
    69
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    Enterprise

    Enterprise

    • TV program: Star Trek: Enterprise
    Enterprise is the soundtrack for the first season of Star Trek: Enterprise. All tracks on the CD are from the pilot episode. The opening title song—“Where My Heart Will Take Me”—was sung by Russell Watson. An Enhanced CD version of the album was released featuring the videoclip of “Where My Heart Will Take Me”.
    7.67
    3 votes
    71

    Goin' Back to Indiana

    • TV program: The Jackson 5ive
    Goin' Back to Indiana was a live/soundtrack album by The Jackson 5 for Motown Records, taken from their September 16, 1971 ABC TV special of the same name. The Goin' Back to Indiana television special featured comedians Bill Cosby and Tommy Smothers, singers Bobby Darin and Diana Ross, football players Roosevelt "Rosey" Grier, and Ben Davidson, and basketball stars Bill Russell, Elgin Baylor, and Elvin Hayes. It also featured tracks recorded by the Jackson 5 during their January 31 "homecoming" concert in Gary, Indiana (hence, both the show title and name of 1970 song that appeared on Third Album). The album went on to sell 2.6 million copies worldwide. In 2001, Motown Records remastered all Jackson Five albums in a "Two Classic Albums/One CD" series (much like they did in the late 1980s). This album was paired up with Lookin' Through the Windows. The bonus tracks were "Love Song", the B-side of the latter album's title track single, and a live performance of "Who's Lovin' You", which first appeared on the soundtrack of the 1992 TV movie The Jacksons: An American Dream. Another outtake of this concert is "Mama's Pearl" released on Jackson 5 Live at the Forum.
    7.67
    3 votes
    72

    Hua Yang Shao Nian Shao Nu

    • TV program: Hua Yang Shao Nian Shao Nu
    Hanazakarino Kimitachihe Original Soundtrack (Chinese: 花樣少年少女 電視原聲帶; pinyin: Huāyàng Shàonián Shàonǚ Diànshì Yuánshēngdài) is the soundtrack album for the 2006 Taiwanese drama, Hanazakarino Kimitachihe, based on the Japanese manga, Hana-Kimi, starring Wu Chun and Jiro Wang of Fahrenheit; and Ella of S.H.E. It was released by HIM International Music on 1 December 2006. Although the soundtrack did not chart until four weeks after its release, it debuted at #3 on the G-Music Charts, charted for over 10 weeks, The album won Best Original Soundtrack at the 2007 KKBOX Music Awards and at the 2008 HITO Radio Music Awards presented by Taiwanese radio station Hit FM. The tracks "超喜歡你" (I Really, Really Like You) and "怎麽辦" (What Should I Do?) were nominated for Top 10 Gold Songs at the Hong Kong TVB8 Awards, presented by television station TVB8, in 2007. Another track "專屬天使" (Special Angel) won one of the Top 10 Songs of the Year, also at the 2008 HITO Radio Music Awards.
    7.67
    3 votes
    73

    Nip / Tuck: Original TV Soundtrack

    • TV program: Nip/Tuck
    The soundtrack of the Emmy and Golden Globe award-winning American television medical drama series Nip/Tuck created by Ryan Murphy for FX Networks was mixed by the DJ duo Gabriel & Dresden and the collaborations of other artists.
    7.67
    3 votes
    74

    Unfabulous and More: Emma Roberts

    • TV program: Unfabulous
    Unfabulous and More is the soundtrack for the TV series Unfabulous. It also serves as Emma Roberts's debut album, released on September 27, 2005. The album contains songs from the show's first season, as well as several new songs. The tracks "I Wanna Be" and "Dummy" were both released as singles. The song "Mexican Wrestler", which was sung by Emma in the episode "The 66th Day", was originally on Jill Sobule's 2000 album Pink Pearl. This album has been released with the Copy Control protection system in some regions.
    7.67
    3 votes
    75
    Wolf's Rain OST 2

    Wolf's Rain OST 2

    • TV program: Wolf's Rain
    Wolf's Rain Original Soundtrack Vol. 2 is the second, and final, volume of the soundtrack collection to the anime Wolf's Rain.
    7.67
    3 votes
    76
    Daydream — Moorland

    Daydream — Moorland

    • TV program: Tatort
    Daydream – Moorland (1983) is a soundtrack single by the German band Tangerine Dream for the episode "Miriam" from the TV series Tatort (Crime Scene). It is available only on 7" vinyl.
    10.00
    1 votes
    77

    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 4: Character Special

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection IV: Character Special (ドラゴンボールZ ヒット曲集IV~キャラクターズ・スペシャル/Doragon Bōru Zetto Hitto Kyokushū Foru~Kyarakutāzu Supesharu) is the fourth installment of the Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on October 1, 1990 in Japan only. The album is composed mostly of character songs from the Dragon Ball Z cast.
    10.00
    1 votes
    78

    MTV Celebrity Deathmatch

    • TV program: Celebrity Deathmatch
    Celebrity Deathmatch is the soundtrack to the MTV television series, Celebrity Deathmatch. Released on November 2, 1999 through Interscope Records, the soundtrack consisted of a blend of alternative rock and hip hop. The soundtrack featured Marilyn Manson's Grammy-nominated single "Astonishing Panorama of the Endtimes".
    10.00
    1 votes
    79

    Music From Van Pires

    • TV program: Van Pires
    Music From Van-Pires is a studio album recorded by the John Entwistle Band, consisting of Godfrey Townsend on guitar and vocals, Alan St. Jon (Levi) on keyboards and vocals and Steve Luongo on drums and vocals. It was a soundtrack for the UPN animated Children's Computer-Generated television series, "Van Pires", which Entwistle had been involved with. The album was not officially released as a collection. Some of the tracks appear on his solo albums and compilations, despite this, though. Notably, this album was not re-released alongside Entwistle's other solo studio albums in 2005.
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    1 votes
    80
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    81

    Oz

    • TV program: Oz
    Oz: The Soundtrack is the soundtrack to the HBO television series, Oz. It was released on January 9, 2001 through Avatar Records and contained hip hop music from all three coasts, East, West and South. The album peaked at #42 on the Billboard 200 and #8 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and spawned one single "Behind the Walls, which went to #52 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks.
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    4 votes
    82

    .hack//Sign Original Soundtracks

    • TV program: .hack//SIGN
    The following original soundtracks and singles are from the Japanese anime series .hack//Sign. Some background music tracks and insert songs that are played in .hack//Sign come originally from other series of the .hack franchise. A single for both the opening and ending theme song of the TV series .hack//Sign titled Obsession/Yasashii Yoake (Obsession/優しい夜明け) was released on May 22, 2002 by Victor Entertainment. The Japanese pop duo See-Saw, whose members consist of Chiaki Ishikawa (vocals) and Yuki Kajiura (music, lyrics and arrangement), performs both the opening theme "Obsession", and the ending theme "Yasashii Yoake". .hack//Sign Original Sountrack 1 (known in Japan as .hack//Sign Original Sound & Song track 1) is the first original Soundtrack album from .hack//Sign. Vocals by Emily Bindiger, music and arrangement (and lyrics in vocals themes) by Yuki Kajiura. This album is a mix of vocal themes and BGM. Most of the vocal songs and a couple of BGM tracks have strong Celtic influence. The BGM is completed with tracks with noticeable console-RPG style. In North America this soundtrack was included with the limited edition of the first .hack//Sign DVD. . .hack//Sign Original
    8.50
    2 votes
    83

    Chobits Character Song Collection

    • TV program: Chobits
    Chobits Character Song Collection is the character song album of Chobits. It features an image song sung by the voice actor/actress and a background-music "theme" for each character, as well as the ending theme for the last episode, Love of Babble.
    8.50
    2 votes
    84

    Digital Dragon Ball The World

    • TV program: Dragon Ball
    Digital Dragon Ball The World (デジタルドラゴンボールザワールド, Dejitaru Doragon Bōru za Wārudo) is a compilation soundtrack from the anime Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on April 1, 1994 in Japan only. Each track on this album contains synthesized medilies of various theme and insert songs from both series.
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    2 votes
    85

    Magic Monkey

    • TV program: Monkey
    Saiyūki (西遊記) or Magic Monkey is a soundtrack released by Godiego for the television show of the same name, known as Monkey in the west. After its initial release in 1978 as an LP and Compact Cassette, it was recognized by the Oricon as the number 1 selling record and cassette for 1979. It was later released on a CD on October 21, 1993, and then again as a remastered CD on March 19, 2008. It was initially released as Magic Monkey (Saiyūki) in Japan, as Monkey in England, and Magic Monkey in Australia ("Magic Monkey" appears on the original Japanese release). As Monkey in England, the track list differs slightly from the original Japanese Saiyūki, while the Australian Magic Monkey release is identical to the Japanese release. All of the songs are sung entirely in English on the Japanese release, whereas the British and Australian releases contain a half-Japanese and half-English version of "Gandhara". All lyrics written by Yōko Narahashi. All arrangement by Mickey Yoshino.
    8.50
    2 votes
    86

    Reaching For The Stars

    • TV program: Reaching For The Stars
    Reaching for the Stars Original Soundtrack (simplified Chinese: 真命天女 电视原声带; traditional Chinese: 真命天女 電視原聲帶; pinyin: Zhēn Mìng Tiān Nǚ Diànshì Yuánshēngdài) is the soundtrack for the 2005 Taiwanese drama, Reaching For The Stars, starring Selina Ren, Hebe Tian and Ella Chen of S.H.E. It was released on 28 September 2005 by HIM International Music with a bonus DVD containing four music videos, behind-the-scene footage and a photobook. The track "星光" (Star Light) was nominated for Top 10 Gold Songs at the Hong Kong TVB8 Awards, presented by television station TVB8, in 2005.
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    2 votes
    87

    Scooby-Doo's Snack Tracks: The Ultimate Collection

    • TV program: Scooby-Doo
    Scooby-Doo's Snack Tracks: The Ultimate Collection is the first and only soundtrack to the popular Hanna-Barbera Saturday morning cartoon franchise, Scooby-Doo. The soundtrack consist of songs and theme songs from the incarnations produced from 1969 to 1985, from Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! to The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo. Three songs, "Move Over", "Ruby Cool Guy" and "Gotta Have Time", were taken from the 1979 animated telefilm, Scooby-Doo Goes Hollywood. A bonus track, called "Scooby Club Mix", takes a majority of the sound bites included on the soundtrack as a musical mix. The sound bites featured on the soundtrack were heavily taken from the second season of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! and features the entire cast from that season. Two guest stars, Jerry Reed and Davy Jones, from The New Scooby-Doo Movies appeared on the soundtrack singing the songs they performed in their guest appearance episodes. The soundtrack was released on CD and cassette tape on September 15, 1998. It was later discontinued. The album peaked at number five on the Billboard Kids Album chart. Jason Ankeny of Allmusic gave a mixed review of the soundtrack. He praised the songs from the Scooby-Doo, Where Are
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    2 votes
    88

    Speed Grapher Original Soundtrack

    • TV program: Speed Grapher
    Yu-Gi-OH! Duel Monsters: Original Soundtrack Duel I (遊戯王デュエルモンスターズ オリジナルサウンドトラック 決闘I, Yugioh Dyueru Monsutāzu Orijinaru Saundotorakku Dyueru Wan) is a licened soundtrack from the anime Yu-Gi-OH! Duel Monsters. It was released by King Records on September 6, 2000 in Japan only. This album features compositions of the Duel Monsters series from the first half of the Duelist Kingdom story arc by composer Shinkichi Mitsumune. It also contains TV size versions of the first opening theme song "Voice" by the Jpop band Cloud, and the first closing theme song "Genki no Shower" by Aki Maeda.
    8.50
    2 votes
    89

    Anne no nikki

    • TV program: Anne's Diary: The Story of Anne Frank
    Anne no Nikki (アンネの日記), also known as The Diary of Anne Frank, is the title of two anime films based on Anne Frank's The Diary of a Young Girl. The first is a TV special produced by Nippon Animation and aired on TV Asahi on September 28, 1979, and the second, a feature film by Madhouse, was directed by Akinori Nagaoka and released August 19, 1995. The 1979 TV movie, titled Anne no Nikki: Anne Frank Monogatari (or Anne's Diary: The Story of Anne Frank), combines a narrative about Frank's confinement with adaptations of four of her short fantasy stories - Fear, The Wise Dwarf, Henrietta, and The Adventures of Bralee the Bear Cub - which were published after her death as Tales from the Secret Annex. The TV special was directed by Eiji Okabe with screenplay by Ryuzo Nakanishi, character designs by Isamu Kumata, and music by Koichi Sakata. Nagaoka's film features new character designs by Katsuyuki Kubo and features a score composed by Michael Nyman, including two songs, "If" (which incorporates "Time Lapse" from A Zed & Two Noughts) and "Why," which have become concert works. The former also appeared in an altered form in the film, The Libertine. In both films, the singer is contralto
    7.33
    3 votes
    90
    7.33
    3 votes
    91

    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 10: Virtual Triangle

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 10: Virtual Triangle (ドラゴンボールZ ヒット曲集10~ヴァーチャル・トライアングル, Doragon Bōru Zetto Hitto Kyokushū Ten~Vācharu Toraianguru), despite its title, is the eleventh installment of the Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on March 21, 1992 in Japan only.
    7.33
    3 votes
    92
    Kimagure Orange Road - Sound Colour 3

    Kimagure Orange Road - Sound Colour 3

    • TV program: Kimagure Orange Road
    Serial No - LD32-5067 For lyrics and translations, please click on the name of the songs. (Bonus Karaoke Tracks - CD Re-released on 1999 Futureland TYCY-5429 Total Time = )
    7.33
    3 votes
    93

    Naruto: Best Hit Collection

    • TV program: Naruto
    Naruto: Best Hit Collection is the 4th Soundtrack for the anime and manga Naruto.It compiles the first 4 openings and 5 endings for the anime Naruto by various artists. It was released in November 17, 2004 by Sony Records. List of Naruto media List of Naruto Soundtracks Naruto
    7.33
    3 votes
    94
    7.33
    3 votes
    95
    Neon Genesis Evangelion OST

    Neon Genesis Evangelion OST

    • TV program: Neon Genesis Evangelion
    Neon Genesis Evangelion is a soundtrack album featuring music from the Neon Genesis Evangelion anime series. (incomplete list)
    7.33
    3 votes
    96
    7.33
    3 votes
    97
    7.33
    3 votes
    98

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Radio Sunnydale - Music from the TV Series

    • TV program: Buffy the Vampire Slayer
    Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Radio Sunnydale – Music from the TV Series is the second Buffy the Vampire Slayer soundtrack album, following on from Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Album. Radio Sunnydale concentrates on Buffy's fifth to seventh seasons, though a few tracks from earlier seasons (like Christophe Beck's score cut on the UK version, from season three'sThe Zeppo) are also included. It was released to coincide with the end of the show, in autumn 2003. Perhaps the most striking aspect of the album is that two drastically different versions were produced, one for the USA and one for the UK. The US version featured only twelve tracks, while the UK version removed the tracks by Joey Ramone, Sarah McLachlan and Blur but added twelve more, making a total of 21 tracks. The artwork for the two versions is also completely different, with the UK's being much brighter. The Australia and Latin America releases are identical to the UK version.
    6.25
    4 votes
    99
    6.25
    4 votes
    100

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Score

    • TV program: Buffy the Vampire Slayer
    Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Score is a soundtrack album featuring incidental music from the Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV series. It is the first Buffy CD release which is exclusively dedicated to the TV series' musical score, and features compositions from seasons 2, 3, 4, 5 and season 6 from the episode "Bargaining". The album was released on September 9, 2008. Note: The first version of Sacrifice appeared on the episode “The Gift”; that version of the song was released on the “Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Once More, With Feeling” soundtrack. On this disc there is an “alternate version” of the same song; it seems that this particular version has been used in the “Bargaining” episode. There is some confusion in labeling this track as a consequence. iTunes Exclusive Bonus Tracks Rhapsody Exclusive Bonus Track Amazon Exclusive Bonus Track
    7.00
    3 votes
    101

    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 11: 'Seishin to Toki' no Heya

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 11: The Room of 'Mind and Time' (ドラゴンボールZ ヒット曲集11~“精神と時”の部屋, Doragon Bōru Zetto Hitto Kyokushū Iriven: 'Seishin to Toki' no Heya), despite its title, is the twelfth installment of the Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on July 1, 1992 in Japan only. This is the first album in the collection that one of the theme songs is not present.
    7.00
    3 votes
    102

    Home and Away: The Sounds of Summer Bay

    • TV program: Home and Away
    Home and Away:The Sounds of Summer Bay is the first soundtrack to Australian soap Opera, Home and Away, released in 1996 in Australia, and 1997 in the United Kingdom. A version was released in the United Kingdom with tracks that would be more recognisable to UK viewers of Home and Away
    7.00
    3 votes
    103
    7.00
    3 votes
    104

    Muñecos de Papel

    • TV program: Alcanzar una estrella II
    Muñecos de Papel is the first soundtrack album to the telenovela Alcanzar una estrella II, released in 1991. It includes the first opening song for the telenovela, "Estrella de Ilusion", performed by Zarabanda, as well as the second opening song "Muñeco de Papel", performed by the fictional band Muñecos de Papel (Sasha, Ricky Martin, Bibi Gaytan, Pedro Fernandez, Angelica Rivera and Erick Rubin). The album version of "Muñeco de Papel" is different from the one that served as the opening song for the telenovela; Bibi Gaytán and Erick Rubín were then signed to Melody and due to differences between the record companies, their voices - which can be heard in the TV version (Sasha at 0:01, Bibi 0:13, Erick 0:40, Ricky 0:47, Pedro 0:54, Angelica 1:53)- were replaced by Sasha and Alejandro Ibarra, respectively. Despite the title, this record was not a full Muñecos de Papel album; instead, it served to promote songs from the band members' solo albums ("Siento", "Juego de Ajedrez", "Oro") as well as other Sony Music artists such as Garibaldi that were not even featured in the telenovela. Songs such as Chantal Andere's "Musculo", which was often used in the TV show, are not present in this
    7.00
    3 votes
    105

    Onna no Minato

    • TV program: Earth Girl Arjuna
    Onna no Minato is one of two soundtrack albums by Yoko Kanno for the anime Earth Maiden Arjuna.
    7.00
    3 votes
    106

    Samurai Champloo Music Record: Departure

    • TV program: Samurai Champloo
    Samurai Champloo Music Record: Departure is a soundtrack album, released on June 23, 2004, for the anime series Samurai Champloo. It is the second of four soundtrack albums released for the show. Departure was produced by Japanese DJ/producer: Nujabes, and American MC/producer: Fat Jon. Samurai Champloo
    7.00
    3 votes
    107

    Beverly Hills 90210

    • TV program: Beverly Hills, 90210
    Beverly Hills 90210: The Soundtrack is the soundtrack to the TV Show Beverly Hills, 90210, released in 1992. Subsequent soundtrack albums were released in 1994 (Beverly Hills 90210: The College Years) and 1996 (Beverly Hills 90210: Songs from the Peach Pit). This was released at the beginning of Beverly Hills, 90210's third season, although the cover art was from the second season. The costumes that the cast was wearing is the same costumes that they wore during the episode "U4EA". "U4EA" aired on November 14, 1991. Release Date: September 20, 1994 This was released at the beginning of Beverly Hills, 90210's fifth season, although the cover art was from the fourth season. The costumes that the cast was wearing is the same costumes that they wore during the episode "Twenty Years Ago Today". "Twenty Years Ago Today" aired on October 27, 1993. NOTE: This album was released on cassette tape as well as CD. The cassette tape cover art features Shannen Doherty (Brenda Walsh), however, the CD cover art features Doherty's replacement, Tiffani-Amber Theissen (Valerie Malone). Released: October 1, 1996
    6.00
    4 votes
    108

    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 16: WE GOTTA POWER

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 16: We Gotta Power (ドラゴンボールZ ヒット曲集16~ウィ・ガッタ・パワー, Doragon Bōru Zetto Hitto Kyokushū Shikkusutēn~Wi Gatta Pawā) is the sixteenth installment of the Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on June 1, 1994 in Japan only.
    8.00
    2 votes
    109
    8.00
    2 votes
    110

    Hung

    • TV program: Hung
    The Hung Soundtrack is the first soundtrack for the television series Hung, a television series about a struggling school teacher who resorts to male prostitution. The soundtrack features 13 different tracks and will be released digitally and in stores on June 22, 2010.
    8.00
    2 votes
    111

    Hunters

    • TV program: Hunters: The World of Predators and Prey
    Hunters was an album by The Residents, released in 1995. It was a soundtrack commissioned for the Discovery Channel series Hunters: The World of Predators and Prey.
    8.00
    2 votes
    112

    Music and Magic

    • TV program: Fraggle Rock
    Music and Magic is the third and final official soundtrack to the television series Fraggle Rock, released by BMG Kidz and Jim Henson Records in 1993, and contains all 21 tracks. The album was released on cassette and compact disc and came with a fold-out poster including lyrics on one side and a map of the Gorgs' garden and character descriptions on the other side. The poster was illustrated by Michael Frith. This album was re-released as the second disc of the Fraggle Rockin': A Collection three-disc CD box set released on October 30, 2007 by Koch Records.
    8.00
    2 votes
    113

    Teachers 4: Top of the Class

    • TV program: Teachers
    Teachers : Top Of The Class is the official soundtrack, on the Channel 4 label, of the fourth series of British television comedy-drama series Teachers. This album contains music by various artists, heard in the show itself.
    8.00
    2 votes
    114
    Totally Pokémon

    Totally Pokémon

    • TV program: Pokémon
    Totally Pokᅢᄅmon is the second soundtrack released for the English language ''Pokᅢᄅmon'' anime. Excerpts from track 3, 6, 8, 10, and 14 were featured in a segment called Pokᅢᄅmon Karaokᅢᄅmon, which was put at the end of episode 117 to 132 of the third season of the anime. Many songs of this CD were later also used in the musical stage show Pokᅢᄅmon Live. Tracks 13 to 19 are karaoke versions. The lead voice of the girl group innosense contributes to the track "He Drives Me Crazy", assuming the role of Misty.
    8.00
    2 votes
    115

    Batman: The Animated series

    • TV program: Batman: The Animated Series
    Batman: The Animated Series is the soundtrack album for the animated TV series of the same name, released in 2008.
    9.00
    1 votes
    116
    9.00
    1 votes
    117

    Friday Night Lights

    • TV program: Friday Night Lights
    Friday Night Lights is the soundtrack for the television series Friday Night Lights, a program inspired by the film of the same name. Although post-rock band Explosions in the Sky wrote most of the film's soundtrack, the music for the television series was a more accessible affair, with bands such as The Killers and OutKast featuring on it. One Explosions in the Sky track did appear on the soundtrack album, however, with "First Breath After Coma" (from their album The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place) becoming the album closer.
    9.00
    1 votes
    118

    McLeod's Daughters: Songs from the Series Volume 3

    • TV program: McLeod's Daughters
    McLeod's Daughters: Songs from the Series Volume 3 is the third installment from the popular Australian Series McLeod's Daughters. There was supposed to be a 3rd CD but due to the show ending it was wondered if the 3rd CD would be produced. Unlike the previous 2 albums this album features 16 songs and not the original 12. The CD features songs from Season 4 right up until the 8th and final season. The Original Released date for volume 3 was the 1 September, 2008 but was pushed back until 30 August, 2008.
    9.00
    1 votes
    119

    Spaced: Soundtrack to the TV Series

    • TV program: Spaced
    Spaced: Soundtrack to the TV Series is a 2001 soundtrack accompanying the first series of the Channel 4 situation comedy Spaced. It was released in tandem with the first series on DVD and VHS. A second series soundtrack was not released. The Guy Pratt mashup of Camisra's "Let Me Show You" and the The A-Team theme music was never made commercially available.
    9.00
    1 votes
    120

    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 13: Battle & Hope

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 13: Battle & Hope (ドラゴンボールZ ヒット曲集13~バトルス&ホープ, Doragon Bōru Zetto Hitto Kyokushū Derutēn~Batorusu ando Hōpu), despite its title, is the fourteenth installment of the Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on December 21, 1992 in Japan only.
    6.67
    3 votes
    121
    King of Pirates

    King of Pirates

    • TV program: FLCL
    King of Pirates is the second soundtrack from the anime series FLCL. Most of the music is by Japan lo-fi rock group the pillows, the rest by Shinkichi Mitsumune. This volume features several audio drama, with the cast of FLCL playing the various parts. Due to the dramas included, this album acts as a sequel of sorts to the anime. Drama tracks are followed by links to their official translation. 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 15-17: Original songs by the pillowsWords and music by Sawao Yamanaka.8, 17 arranged by the pillows & Zin Yoshida, Jun Suzuki, Tatsuya Kashima.1, 6 arranged by the pillows & Zin Yoshida, Jun Suzuki.4, 5, 15 arranged by the pillows & Zin Yoshida, Tatsuya Kashima.6, 12, 13 music and arranged by Shinkichi Mitsumune.
    6.67
    3 votes
    122

    Teachers: A Class Soundtrack

    • TV program: Teachers
    Teachers : A Class Soundtrack is the official soundtrack, on the Channel 4 label, of the first series of British television comedy-drama series Teachers. This album contains music by various artists, heard in the show itself.
    6.67
    3 votes
    123

    Friday Night Lights Vol. 2

    • TV program: Friday Night Lights
    Friday Night Lights Vol. 2 is the second soundtrack for the NBC television series Friday Night Lights, a program inspired by the film of the same name. It was released by Arrival Records/Scion Music Group and is distributed by Fontana Distribution. The soundtrack consists of 12 songs featured on the television show, Friday Night Lights. It was released digitally on May 4, 2010 with the CD release following on May 18, 2010. For the soundtrack's release, a new version of the music video for "Percussion Gun" by White Rabbits was made to incorporate footage from the fourth season of the show.
    5.75
    4 votes
    124

    Home Movies: Bonus CD

    • TV program: Home Movies
    Home Movies: Bonus CD is a soundtrack album to the show Home Movies. It was released May 16, 2006 and includes fifty-two songs which were featured throughout the series. The CD comes packaged with the DVD release of the show's fourth season box set. All music was written by Brendon Small. All songs written and composed by Brendon Small, except where noted.
    5.75
    4 votes
    125

    Doctor Who: Pyramids of Mars

    • TV program: Doctor Who
    Doctor Who - Pyramids of Mars is an album of music by Dudley Simpson composed for the BBC television series Doctor Who. As the original music tapes are missing, new recordings were made by Heathcliff Blair from Simpson's original manuscripts.
    7.50
    2 votes
    126

    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection (ドラゴンボールZ ヒット曲集, Doragon Bōru Zetto Hitto Kyokushū) is the first instalment of a soundtrack series by the same name of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on July 21, 1989 in Japan only. This album contains the theme songs and several image songs popular among many fans. Also included on this collection is the insert song "Tenkaichi Gohan" from the first Dragon Ball Z film Ora no Gohan o Kaese!! know outside Japan as Dead Zone. The album cover features one of the rare images of Vegeta with his original anime color scheme.
    7.50
    2 votes
    127

    Dragon Ball Z: Music Fantasy

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z: Music Fantasy (ドラゴンボールZミュージックファンタジー, Doragon Bōru Zetto Musaiku Fantajī) is an image soundtrack of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Forte Music Entertainment on January 21, 1995 in Japan only. This album features synthesized music. Like Digital Dragon Ball, it contains medleys of the opening and closing theme songs from both Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z. However, it also contains three exclusive vocal tracks. 4.摩訶不思議アドベンチャー!/CHA-LA HEAD-CHA-LA/WE GOTTA POWER Makafushigi Adobenchā!/CHA-LA HEAD-CHA-LA/WE GOTTA POWER Mystical Adventure!/CHA-LA HEAD-CHA-LA/WE GOTTA POWER 10.ロマンティックあげるよ/でてこいとびきりZENKAIパワー!/僕たちは天使だった Romantikku Ageru Yo/Detekoi Tobikiri ZENKAI Pawā!/Boku-tachi wa Tenshi Datta I’ll Give You A Romantic Night/Come Out, Incredible ZENKAI Power!/We Use to be Angels 3.Hironobu Kageyama 6.Kumiko Inabe 9.Susumu Oya
    7.50
    2 votes
    128

    Fast Track to Nowhere

    • TV program: Rebel Highway
    Fast Track to Nowhere is the soundtrack album to the series Rebel Highway. Released in 1994, the album features contemporary artists covering classic songs from the 1950s.
    7.50
    2 votes
    129

    Heroes: Original Score

    • TV program: Heroes
    Heroes: Original Score from the Television Series is a soundtrack album from the NBC TV series Heroes. It was released on April 14, 2009, via La-La Land Records, and contains the score written by Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman (primarily music written for the first season), and features the voice of Shenkar. Heroes executive producer Allan Arkush contributes to the liner notes. The score album includes the four cues featured on the song album, "Heroes Title," "Fire and Regeneration," "Natural Selection" and "Homecoming" - the latter two are included in the suites for Mohinder and Claire, respectively. (*) Featuring the voice of Shenkar
    7.50
    2 votes
    130

    Home and Away Hits

    • TV program: Home and Away
    Home and Away Hits is the fourth soundtrack album to Australian soap opera Home and Away, released in late 2002.
    7.50
    2 votes
    131

    Lizzie McGuire Total Party!

    • TV program: Lizzie McGuire
    The Lizzie McGuire Total Party! CD is a CD which contains songs aimed at girls, released as a tie-in to the Lizzie McGuire TV series. Almost all of the songs are party songs. It includes hits from Pink, Vitamin C, A*TEENS, Jesse McCartney and Atomic Kitten.
    7.50
    2 votes
    132
    Wolf's Rain O.S.T.

    Wolf's Rain O.S.T.

    • TV program: Wolf's Rain
    Wolf's Rain Original Soundtrack Vol. 1 is the first volume of the soundtrack of the anime Wolf's Rain.
    7.50
    2 votes
    133

    Yume wo Kanaete Doraemon

    • TV program: Doraemon
    "Yume wo Kanaete Doraemon" (夢をかなえてドラえもん) is a soundtrack based on Doraemon TV series which was released on June 2007. The song, Yume wo Kanaete Doraemon is featured on the opening of the Doraemon TV series on May 2007 to present. Odore Dore Dora Doraemon Ondo (踊れ・どれ・ドラ ドラえもん音頭) is featured on the endings on 29 June 2007 to 10 August 2007 and 18 July 2008.
    7.50
    2 votes
    134

    American Juniors - Kids In America

    • TV program: American Juniors
    Kids in America was an album derived from the short-lived American reality television series American Juniors, and released by Jive Records in 2003. It was sung by the 10 finalists on the show, not just the five who made it in.
    5.50
    4 votes
    135

    Home and Away Hits 2

    • TV program: Home and Away
    Home and Away Hits 2 is the fourth soundtrack album to Australian soap opera Home and Away, released in 2003.
    6.33
    3 votes
    136

    RahXephon O.S.T. 3

    • TV program: RahXephon
    RahXephon O.S.T. 3 is the third and last soundtrack album from the anime TV series RahXephon, but it is followed by the soundtrack to the RahXephon movie. All music and lyrics are by Ichiko Hashimoto and performed by her and supporting musicians. Houko Kuwashima, the voice of Quon, sings an intentionally distorted theme from Alexander Borodin's Polovetsian Dances on track 18 "Way to the Tune". The cover is the paintings from the two previous albums, broken up by a window with the character Maya. The album opens on "Midday Dream", a slightly chaotic jazz improvisation that is followed by two tracks with shouting vocals: "Guten Morgen" and "First Explosion". "Mad Wing" takes the chaos to a crescendo. "Brave" has a fast-beat backing track heavy on percussions with occasional electric guitar solos and English vocals performed by Hashimoto; the melody is the main theme from "Huge Suites" on the previous album. Track 6 "Tailspins" is a fast-beat track that was used for the air battle in the series episode 1. Tracks 7 through 12 are piano sonatas; the first one, "Innocent World", is playful and up-tempo while the rest are calmer, meditative pieces similar to "Solitudes" from the first
    6.33
    3 votes
    137

    The Alvin Show

    • TV program: The Alvin Show
    The Alvin Show is a music album by Alvin and the Chipmunks. It is the soundtrack album to the Chipmunks' first animated television series The Alvin Show. Upon the release of the album, the Chipmunks' first three albums were reissued with revised album cover art that utilized the cartoon redesigns of the characters. Ross Bagdasarian Sr. provided the voices for the chipmunks.
    6.33
    3 votes
    138

    Alcanzar una estrella

    • TV program: Alcanzar una estrella
    Alcanzar una estrella (Album) is the soundtrack to the telenovela Alcanzar una estrella. It was released in 1990 and contains the first three opening songs for the telenovela, "Quiero estar contigo", "Alcanzar una estrella" and "La mujer que no soñe". The fourth opening song "Contra tu cuerpo", performed by Mariana Garza, would not be released until 1992 on the Mas que alcanzar una estrella film soundtrack. The hit singles off this album were "Alcanzar una estrella" and "La mujer que no soñe".
    8.00
    1 votes
    139

    ICarly: Music From and Inspired by the Hit TV Show

    • TV program: iCarly
    iCarly is the soundtrack album by Miranda Cosgrove, which premiered on September 8, 2007. It debuted on The Billboard 200 at #28 with 20,000 copies sold in its opening week and has sold nearly 230,000 copies to date. The track, "Headphones On", was released as free downloadable content for Rock Band on December 2, 2008. The album was also released in a deluxe edition which included songs from various artists. The album is also available on Miranda Cosgrove's website. A follow up soundtrack called iCarly: iSoundtrack II was released on January 24, 2012.
    8.00
    1 votes
    140

    OMFGG - Original Music Featured on Gossip Girl No. 1

    • TV program: Gossip Girl
    OMFGG – Original Music Featured on Gossip Girl No. 1 is the first soundtrack album to the CW television series Gossip Girl, including music featured throughout the first season. It was released digitally on September 2, 2008—one day after the second season premiere—, followed by a CD release on October 28.
    8.00
    1 votes
    141

    Planet Earth

    • TV program: Planet Earth
    Planet Earth is a television soundtrack album of incidental music commissioned by the BBC Natural History Unit for its 2006 nature documentary series of the same name. The music was composed and conducted by award-winning composer George Fenton, and performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra. Fenton had previously composed scores for several BBC wildlife series, among them Life in the Freezer, The Trials of Life and the predecessor to Planet Earth, The Blue Planet. In 2007, the score for the opening episode "From Pole to Pole" won George Fenton an Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series. It was his second win, matching the success of The Blue Planet score five years earlier. Fenton went on to compose the soundtrack for the feature film spin-off from the television series, Earth, and recorded it with the Berliner Philharmoniker. The Planet Earth soundtrack spans two CDs, the division between the discs mirroring the two parts of the series broadcast in spring and autumn 2006 on British television. The opening song is "The Time has Come" composed by Epic Score.
    8.00
    1 votes
    142

    That's So Raven

    • TV program: That's So Raven
    That's So Raven is the soundtrack album to the Disney Channel original series of the same name. The album includes songs sung by the show's star, Raven-Symoné and its theme song. The album debuted and peaked at #44 on the Billboard 200 and has been certified Gold by the RIAA for sales of 500,000 copies. A mixed review by the ParentCenter Family Entertainment Guide called the album both "fun" and "predictable". The Disney Karaoke Series: That's So Raven is a karaoke album featuring songs from the Disney series That's So Raven.
    8.00
    1 votes
    143

    Transformers: Theme Song Collection

    • TV program: The Transformers
    Transformers: Theme Song Collection (トランスフォーマー テーマソング・コレクション, Toransufōmā Tēma Songu Korekushion)is a two disc CD soundtrack of the Transformers series. It was released by Columbia Music Entertainment on August 20, 2003 in Japan Only. This set features the Japanese theme songs, opening and closing, that span all of the G1, Beast era, Car Robots, and Micron Legend TV series.
    8.00
    1 votes
    144

    Baila Conmigo

    • TV program: Baila Conmigo
    Baila Conmigo is the soundtrack to the telenovela Baila conmigo. It was released in 1992. The soundtrack featured various artists such as Eduardo Capetillo, Bibi Gaytán, Paulina Rubio and Stephanie Salas.
    7.00
    2 votes
    145
    Cowboy Bebop: CD-Box

    Cowboy Bebop: CD-Box

    • TV program: Cowboy Bebop
    The Cowboy Bebop Boxed Set includes four regular size CDs, one bonus 80 mm CD, and a 52 page booklet (in Japanese). The booklet includes interesting trivia, track listing, interviews, and lyrics. Disks 1, 2 and 3 contain new and previously released tracks from the series, performed by The Seatbelts. Disk 4 contains live tracks from The Seatbelts on tour, as well as some unreleased movie tracks. The dialogue tracks are not songs, rather, they are vocal samples taken directly from the Japanese version of the series. This boxed set is currently out of production. All dialogue tracks are credited as follows: Tracks in bold are exclusive to this boxed set.
    7.00
    2 votes
    146

    Doctor Who: Devils' Planets

    • TV program: Doctor Who
    Doctor Who: Devils' Planets – The Music of Tristram Cary is a compilation of music by Tristram Cary for the television series Doctor Who. It features all the musical contributions Cary did for Doctor Who except for his music for Marco Polo (which no longer exists) and "The Ballad of the Last Chance Saloon" from The Gunfighters which was left off due to space reasons. The ballad eventually saw commercial release on the TV soundtrack release of that serial. Due to the folding of the BBC Music label, this album was available only for a limited period and now fetches high prices on auction sites such as eBay. All music composed by Tristram Cary except where noted ^a Composed by Ron Grainer, realised by Delia Derbyshire (BBC Radiophonic Workshop) ^b Special Sounds by Brian Hodgson (BBC Radiophonic Workshop)
    7.00
    2 votes
    147
    Kimagure Orange Road - Sound Colour 2

    Kimagure Orange Road - Sound Colour 2

    • TV program: Kimagure Orange Road
    Serial No - LD32-5056 For lyrics and translations, please click on the name of the songs. (Bonus Karaoke Tracks - CD Re-released on ?? 1999 Futureland TYCY-5428 Total Time = ??)
    7.00
    2 votes
    148

    Noah's Arc: Season 1

    • TV program: Noah's Arc
    Noah's Arc: Season 1 is a music soundtrack to Noah's Arc TV series starring Darryl Stephens and Jensen Atwood. It was released on March 24, 2006 by Tommy Boy Records. The soundtrack features artists such as Teedra Moses, Mervyn Warren, Gordon Chambers, Me'shell Ndegéocello, Patrik-Ian Polk, Mary Ann Tatum and Adriana Evans. Volume 1 Disc 1 (Getting the Noah) Disc 2 (Knowing The Arc: Alex, Rick and Chance) Volume 2: More Noah, More Music bonus tracks Noah's Arc: Season 2 is a music soundtrack to Noah's Arc TV series starring Darryl Stephens and Jensen Atwood. It was released on December 15, 2007 by Tommy Boy Records. The soundtrack features artists such as Jody Watley, Bedroom Walls, Raz-B, Patrik-Ian Polk, Mike Anthony and Solange Knowles. Volume 1 Disc 1 (The Second Time Around) Disc 2 (Journey of Noah's Arc) Volume 2: Double the Noah, Double the Music
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    Original Soundtrack 2:Keith

    Original Soundtrack 2:Keith

    • TV program: BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad
    Original Soundtrack 2:Keith was an Original Soundtrack Album for the Anime and Manga Beck. This soundtrack contains the big hit songs from the first Soundtrack Album, covered by popular bands.
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    Power Rangers: A Rock Adventure

    • TV program: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
    Mighty Morphin Power Rangers the Album: A Rock Adventure (released as Power Rangers the Album: A Rock Adventure in the UK) is a soundtrack compilation of several songs performed by Ron Wasserman, under the pseudonym of "Aaron Waters" (also sometimes credited as "The Mighty RAW"), from the first two seasons of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. It was released on CD and cassette on December 1, 1994 in the US and December 13, 1994 in the UK. The album stood out amongst many other soundtracks at the time for its daring concept album style. All but four of the songs were loosely based around a linking story narrative, using audio samplings from Power Rangers episodes such as "Birds of a Feather" and "The Mutiny". This latter "adaptation" is at best almost spoiler-free - whilst they acknowledge the arrival of Lord Zedd and the brief departure of previous villain Rita Repulsa, there is no mention of the Thunderzords, and much of Pirantishead's threat and powers are cut out because they involve freezing and controlling the Dinozords, events that prohibit their participation in the climax to the album's story. To add to the narrative's garbled continuity, actor Jason David Frank's lines as
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    The Simpsons: Testify

    • TV program: The Simpsons
    The Simpsons: Testify is an album that features songs from the animated television series The Simpsons. It was released on September 18, 2007 and includes songs from season 11 to season 18. It includes appearances by artists such as Jackson Browne, Shawn Colvin, David Byrne, The B-52's, The Baha Men, NRBQ and "Weird Al" Yankovic, and an alternate version of the end credits performed by Los Lobos. Ricky Gervais, Steve Buscemi and Kelsey Grammer are also featured in various songs. It includes four previously unaired bonus tracks: "Hullaba Lula" (featuring Kelsey Grammer), "Song of the Wild Beasts", "Dancing Workers' Song" and "Oldies and Nudies". The album features the following tracks: Dalton Ross of Entertainment Weekly praised the CD, calling it his obsession of the week and saying "The Simpsons ... is still capable of short bursts of genius. And many of them are collected on the show's latest musical collection, The Simpsons Testify. Listening to the CD reminds you what made you fall in love with the show in the first place: the random cameos (David Byrne to Weird Al Yankovic), pop-culture parodies (Stretch Dude and Clobber Girl), and knowing, self-deprecating humor (They'll
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    The Venture Bros.: The Music of JG Thirlwell

    • TV program: The Venture Bros.
    The Venture Bros.: The Music of JG Thirlwell is the soundtrack album for The Venture Bros. animated television series on Adult Swim. It was released on March 24, 2009 by Williams Street Records. The album features selections from the show's score written by J. G. Thirlwell, whose music Jackson Publick credits in the liner notes as the inspiration for making The Venture Bros. into an animated series. The album includes liner notes by Publick and John Zorn. The album is available in compact disc, vinyl record, and digital download formats. The CD is also included as a bonus disc to The Venture Bros. season 3 Blu-ray release. The stand-alone CD release was originally exclusive to the Williams Street website; it was given a wide release on May 12, 2009. All songs written and composed by J. G. Thirlwell.
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    Billy Jean Look at Me OST

    • TV program: Billie Jean, Look At Me
    Billie Jean, Look At Me is the name of a soundtrack in 2007 for the MBC drama Billie Jean, Look At Me starring Lee Ji Hoon and Park Hee Bon. Track 2 by Super Junior - K.R.Y. is the same song that can be found in SMTown's winter vacation album 2006 WINTER SMTOWN - Snow Dream.
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    Kim Possible

    • TV program: Kim Possible
    The Kim Possible Soundtrack is an album released in 2003 by Walt Disney Records. It contains songs from the show Kim Possible. The songs here are used as scores in this toon series, and some songs inspired by the show. The voice-over artist for Kim, Christy Carlson Romano, sings a song for the soundtrack, as well as a rap from Ron and Rufus. There are a few popular artists in the soundtrack including Aaron Carter and Smash Mouth. Walt Disney Records released a second "Kim-Proved" version of the soundtrack in 2005. Differences from the original soundtrack to the Kim-Proved version are as follows: The songs "This Year" by A*TEENS and "Work It Out" by Brassy on the original are replaced by "Rappin' Drakken" by Dr. Drakken and "Could it Be" by Christy Carlson Romano on the Kim-Proved Version. The "CALL ME, BEEP ME! (Movie Mix)" by Angela Michael is added to the Kim-Proved Version.
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    One Tree Hill, Volume 2: Friends With Benefit

    • TV program: One Tree Hill
    Friends with Benefit: Music from the Television Series One Tree Hill, Volume 2 was released on February 7, 2006 and a portion of the proceeds were donated to The National Breast Cancer Foundation. Volume II: Friends With Benefit features songs from the teen drama One Tree Hill, which airs on The CW). Some artists that recorded songs featured on this album (and show) are Gavin DeGraw, Fall Out Boy, and Audioslave, as well as leukemia survivor Andrew McMahon and his band, Jack's Mannequin. Singer-songwriter and actor Tyler Hilton also appeared on the show, and one of his songs was featured on this album. Bethany Joy Lenz, who appeared as Haley James Scott on One Tree Hill also sang a song on the show that appeared on this album.
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    The Wonder Years: Music From the Emmy Award-Winning Show & Its Era

    • TV program: The Wonder Years
    The Wonder Years: Music From the Emmy Award-Winning Show & Its Era is a soundtrack album to the TV series The Wonder Years. This album, released in 1989, contains seven modern cover songs rather than simply original music from the series, which earned it many unfavorable reviews.
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    Underbelly

    • TV program: Underbelly
    The soundtrack from the controversial Australian TV series, Underbelly was released on 29 March 2008. It features some of the songs from various artists that played in episodes, and includes elements of the score by Burkhard Dallwitz. As listed at various sources The iTunes Store has a slightly different listing. These tracks that were not included in this album release but were played in the series:
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    Bones Original Television Soundtrack

    • TV program: Bones
    Bones: Original Television Soundtrack is a soundtrack album released in September, 2008, featuring music from the hit FOX television series "Bones." It was released in conjunction with the DVD release of the third season of the show, shortly before the fourth season premiered. Every song on the soundtrack (except for the remix of the theme song at the end) were featured in the first three seasons of the show, mostly from the music used in the ending montages of important episodes. The remix of the theme song titled "DJ Corporate Remix" was previously available online under the name "Squints Remix," referencing main character Seeley Booth's nickname for the Jeffersonian lab technicians, squints.
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    Hannah Montana

    • TV program: Hannah Montana
    Hannah Montana is the first soundtrack album for the Disney Channel original series of the same name. It was released on October 24, 2006 by Walt Disney Records. The first eight songs on the album are sung by Miley Cyrus as her character Hannah Montana. There are also four songs by other artists, and another track, the last on the album, that is sung by Cyrus (out of her Hannah Montana character) and her father, Billy Ray Cyrus. The soundtrack was the eighth best selling album of 2006 in the U.S., with nearly two million copies sold that year. The album has sold over 3.7 million copies in the U.S and over 4.5 million worldwide. The album debuted at #1 on the U.S. Billboard 200, where it remained for two weeks. Eight songs from the album have charted on the Billboard Hot 100, including the theme song, "The Best of Both Worlds". Subsequently, a two-disc Special Edition was released. The album is followed up by Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus, Hannah Montana: The Movie, Hannah Montana 3, and the Hannah Montana Forever soundtracks. The Hannah Montana 2-Disc Special Edition Soundtrack was released on March 20, 2007. It was put in a holographic silver box including: The soundtrack
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    NWA: TNA The Music, Vol. 2

    • TV program: NWA: Total Nonstop Action
    NWA: TNA The Music, Vol. 2 was the second CD released from NWA: TNA, in late 2003. Like NWA: TNA The Music, Vol. 1, it was not available in stores and had to be purchased from TNA's website. All of the tracks were composed by TNA's musician, Dale Oliver.
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    Zoey 101: Music Mix

    • TV program: Zoey 101
    Zoey 101: Music Mix is the soundtrack album for the Nickelodeon television series, Zoey 101, it was released on March 7, 2006. The album features music of the pop and rock genres.
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    Azumanga Daioh Original Soundtrack, Volume 2

    • TV program: Azumanga Daioh
    Azumanga Daioh Original Soundtrack, Volume 2 (あずまんが大王: オリジナルサウンドトラック, Volume 2) is the second soundtrack to the Azumanga Daioh anime TV series. It was released in Japan on 2002-11-04.
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    Camaleones

    • TV program: Camaleones
    Camaleones: Música De La Telenovela is the soundtrack album for the Mexican telenovela Camaleones and the debut studio album by Camaleones. It was released in Mexico on November 24, 2009.
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    DRAGON BALL & DRAGON BALL Z: Daizenshû

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball & Dragon Ball Z: Great Complete Collection (ドラゴンボール&ドラゴンボールZ 大全集, Doragon Bōru ando Doragon Bōru Zetto Daizenshū) or simply Dragon Ball & Dragon Ball Z as fans have come to know it by, is a five disc CD soundtrack set of the anime Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on April 1, 1994 in Japan only. ドラゴンボールソング・コレクション (Doragon Bōru Songu Korekushon) ドラゴンボールソング・コレクション (Doragon Bōru BGM Korekushon) ドラゴンボールZソング・コレクション (Doragon Bōru Zetto Songu Korekushon) ドラゴンボールZソング・コレクション (Doragon Bōru Zetto BGM Korekushon) 劇場版ドラゴンボール・ドラゴンボールZ・ソング・コレクション (Gekijô ban Doragon Bōru DoragonbōruZetto BGM Korekushon) ドラゴンボールソング・コレクション (Doragon Bōru Songu Korekushon) ドラゴンボールソング・コレクション (Doragon Bōru BGM Korekushon) 1. Hiroki Takahashi 2. Takeshi Ike 27. Ushio Hashimoto All other tracks are written and composed by Shunsuke Kikuchi. ドラゴンボールZソング・コレクション (Doragon Bōru Zetto Songu Korekushon) ドラゴンボールZソング・コレクション (Doragon Bōru Zetto BGM Korekushon) 1. Hironobu Kageyama 19. Manna 20. Hironobu Kageyama 26. Hironobu Kageyama All other tracks are written and composed by Shunsuke Kikuchi. 劇場版ドラゴンボール・ドラゴンボールZ・ソング・コレクション (Gekijô ban Doragon Bōru Doragon Bōru Zetto BGM Korekushon) 1.
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    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 8: Character Special 2

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 8: Character Special 2 (ドラゴンボールZ ヒット曲集8~キャラクターズ・スペシャル2/Doragon Bōru Zetto Hitto Kyokushū Etto~Kyarakutāzu Supesharu Tzu) is the eighth installment of the Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on September 21, 1991, in Japan only. This album is a follow-up to Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 4: Character Special released in 1990 and is made up of character songs from the Dragon Ball Z cast. The album initially picks up where the other character special leaves off. Each song in a way, tells their own unique story. "Capsule Corp." or "Capsule Corporation" is simply Bulma making random comments about whatever she's doing, set to a composition eerily similar to Van McCoy's "The Hustle". "Ichido wa Kekkon Shitai Mambo" features Kuririn singing cheerfully about how much he desires to get married. "Vegeta-sama no Oryori Jigoku!!" marks the only character song by Vegeta. Here, he sings about cooking a special Okonomiyaki while giving "battle commands" to his ingredients who sing backup. "Share 'reba Inochi no Izumi Waku-Waku!! 2" is the follow-up to "Share 'reba Inochi no Izumi Waku-Waku!!"
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    Dragon Ball: Complete Song Collection

    Dragon Ball: Complete Song Collection

    • TV program: Dragon Ball
    Dragon Ball: Complete Song Collection (ドラゴンボール全曲集, Doragon Bōru Zenkyokushū) is the second official soundtrack from the anime Dragon Ball. It was released on June 21 1988 on vinyl and cassette by Columbia Records of Japan near the end of the series' lifespan. It would later be released on CD on October 21, 1991. In 2003 Columbia reissued the Complete Song Collection with new licensed artwork and the Makafushigi Adventure! remix track, making the album's track list identical to disc one of the Great Complete Collection set.
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    Mutant Turtles: Superman Legend Original Sound Track

    Mutant Turtles: Superman Legend Original Sound Track

    • TV program: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: SuperMan Legend
    Mutant Turtles: Superman Legend Original Sound Track (ミュータント・タートルズ超人伝説編 オリジナル・サウンド・トラック, Myūtanto Tātoruzu Chōjin Densetsu Orijinaru Saundo Torakku) is the licened soundtrack from the infamous anime OAV Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Legend of the Supermutants. It was released by Columbia Records on March 20, 1996 in Japan only. This album includes the score from both OAV episodes by composer Takashi Ike. Also included, are TV size versions of the opening theme "Power Up Turtles" and the closing theme "Chikyū wa Ogenki" by Hironobu Kageyama and "Mokkun" respectfully.
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    Robotech music

    • TV program: Robotech
    Robotech music consists of the musical scores written for the original 1985 Robotech television series and its various sequels and spinoffs, including Robotech video games. The recognizable original themes were composed by Ulpio Minucci and orchestrated by Arlon Ober. Other composers include: This vinyl record from U.S. Renditions was the only LP release of the Robotech soundtrack in North America. The track selection represented only a small portion of the Robotech musical score from the original television series since additional volumes were never released. This album was the first domestic anime product of U.S. Renditions as well as the first ever American anime BGM album. The album was produced by David Keith Riddick who was a founding member of U.S. Renditions. Track Listing This single CD from U.S. Renditions was the first digital release of the Robotech soundtrack. This was the first American anime BGM (Background Music) soundtrack to be released in the Compact Disc format. This release included tracks that were missing from the earlier vinyl album release. Due to budgetary constraints, the track selection remained incomplete. Track Listing Released only in France and Latin
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    Teachers 2: Back to School

    • TV program: Teachers
    Teachers : Back To School is the official soundtrack, on the Channel 4 label, of the second series of British television comedy-drama series Teachers. This album contains music by various artists, heard in the show itself.
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    Airwolf Themes

    • TV program: Airwolf
    Airwolf Themes is a two-CD soundtrack album for the 1980s American action television series series Airwolf (1984–1986) The program concerned a supersonic military helicopter, codenamed Airwolf, and her crew as they undertook various missions, many involving espionage, with a Cold War theme. The soundtrack was created over a five year period by Airwolf fan Northern Ireland-based graphic designer, Mark J. Cairns in collaboration with original composer Sylvester Levay, with a foreword by the series' creator, Donald P. Bellisario. After the original CBS series was cancelled in 1986, Mark J. Cairns headed the International Airwolf Appreciation Association for nearly 10 years (from 1988–1998) so he had an in-depth knowledge of the series including its music cues. There had been other cover versions of the distinctive Levay-penned main theme over the years but these tended to be quite different from the sound and feel of the original score. Due to various licensing issues at the time, Cairns decided in early 1994 to produce his own high-quality soundtrack for the series using the episodic scores from the first three seasons of the series to create the first 22 synthesizer-based tracks on
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    Charmed: The Soundtrack

    • TV program: Charmed
    Charmed: The Soundtrack is a soundtrack album released in September 2003, featuring music from the Charmed television series. The album is made up mostly of tracks by little-known artists, though some better known ones, such as Goldfrapp and Stereophonics, are also featured. The series' use of emerging musical artists has been praised by critics and media outlets, including the Microsoft-owned Ciao which states that: None of the television show's original score is included, however its theme tune, "How Soon Is Now?", appears. Although the album was released in 2003, it contains music from Charmed's first five seasons, and its cover features a publicity photo of the cast from the fifth season. Its release date coincided with the season premiere of the show's sixth season. The album was produced by Jonathan Platt, Jonathan Miller, the President of Artists' Addiction Records, and Ken Miller, the Senior Vice President of Spelling Television. Platt said of the series' chronology of soundtrack albums: A follow-up, Charmed: The Book of Shadows, was released in September 2005.
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    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 15: Sunlight & City Lights

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 15: Sunlight & City Lights (ドラゴンボールZ ヒット曲集15~サンライト&シティ・ライツ/Doragon Bōru Zetto Hitto Kyokushū Fifutēn~San Raito ando Shiti Raitsu), despite its title, is the sixteenth installment of the Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on July 21, 1993 in Japan only.
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    Songs From Our TV Shows

    • TV program: Alvin and the Chipmunks
    Songs from Our TV Shows is an album by The Chipmunks. It is the soundtrack album to their second animated television series Alvin and the Chipmunks. The album is currently not available on CD. This album marks the first appearance on record of The Chipmunk's female alter-egos, The Chipettes as a "soloing act." The album also features their cover of Michael Jackson's "Beat It." * - denotes original song Sources: btjunkie.org, Greg's Grooves
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    Songs in the Key of X: Music From and Inspired by the X-Files

    • TV program: The X-Files
    Songs in the Key of X: Music from and Inspired by The X-Files is a 1996 compilation album released in association with the American science fiction television series The X-Files. The album contained a mixture of songs that were either featured in the series, or shared thematic elements with it. Songs in the Key of X peaked at No. 47 on the Billboard 200 album sales chart after its release. The album has received positive reviews from critics, with one review describing it as "easily the most ambitious record ever assembled for a TV soundtrack". The song "Hands of Death (Burn Baby Burn)" received a nomination for the Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance in 1997, losing to Rage Against the Machine. The album also features several songs hidden in the pregap before the start of the first track, both recorded by Nick Cave. When plans for the album were initially proposed, executives at both Fox Broadcasting Company—the network responsible for the series—and Warner Bros. Records began compiling a list of possible inclusions, most of which were eventually rejected. Artists such as Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen and Seal were approached to possibly contribute material. Although all three
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    Space Ghost's Surf & Turf

    • TV program: Cartoon Planet
    Space Ghost's Surf & Turf is the second of two commercially available Cartoon Planet soundtrack albums, the first being Space Ghost's Musical Bar-B-Que. Featuring songs and skits by Space Ghost and his former arch enemies Zorak and Brak.
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    The Doctor Who 25th Anniversary Album

    • TV program: Doctor Who
    The Doctor Who 25th Anniversary Album was a 1988 compilation album of music from Doctor Who. Mainly consisting of selections of Keff McCulloch's incidental music, it also included versions of the Doctor Who Theme by Delia Derbyshire, Peter Howell, Dominic Glynn and McCulloch. It was subsequently reissued in 1997 as Evolution - The Music From Dr Who on Prestige Records. However, this issue was mastered at the wrong speed, the whole album playing much too fast. It was also reissued as Music from Doctor Who by Castle Pulse in July 2002.
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    Wizards of Waverly Place

    • TV program: Wizards of Waverly Place
    Wizards of Waverly Place is the soundtrack album for the hit Disney Channel Original Series of the same name. The album was released as a physical CD, enhanced CD and digital on August 4, 2009, under Walt Disney Records. The album includes songs from and inspired by the TV series and Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie. In an interview with Disney Channel's commercial-segment, Disney 365, Selena Gomez discussed her interpretations of the songs on the soundtrack saying: "Disappear is more of a romantic song. It's basically talking about how a girl likes a guy and they [she] don't want him to disappear, and then Magical is about casting a spell on a guy and this song, Magic, ties in to Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie". Although recorded for the episode, "Make It Happen" doesn't appear on the album, for an unknown reason. In response to the soundtrack, Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic recognized Wizards for its "teen revamps of boomer classics that parents can enjoy too". He also stated that the album is "agreeable" and that Selena Gomez "inevitably stands out from the pack". However, Erlewine said: "the dang-awful version of America's "You Can Do Magic" by Drew Seeley is sunk
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    Family Guy: Live in Vegas

    • TV program: Family Guy
    Family Guy: Live in Vegas is a soundtrack album for the animated television series Family Guy. It was released on April 26, 2005 by Geffen Records. It was composed by Walter Murphy and creator Seth MacFarlane. The album features only one song from the series, the theme song, the rest of the songs were composed exclusively for the album. It features Jason Alexander, Patti LuPone and Haylie Duff as guest stars. It includes Rat Pack and Broadway inspired songs. The album also came with a DVD featuring the music video for Stewie's "Sexy Party" as well as "making-of" featurettes for the album and the video. Seth MacFarlane described the album as, "a blend of the rich, lush arrangements of the classic era of Rat Pack Vegas shows combined with the fart jokes of today". MacFarlane co-produced the album and co-wrote several tracks. It features guest stars Jason Alexander, Patti LuPone and Haylie Duff. The album includes a cover of "The Last Time I Saw Paris" by Jerome Kern as well as a medley of theme songs from shows such as Diff'rent Strokes, Who's The Boss, Growing Pains and Charles in Charge. The album is arranged and orchestrated by Walter Murphy and all songs are produced by
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    Cutey Honey: TV Original B.M.G. Collection

    • TV program: Cutey Honey
    The music of Cutie Honey spans many soundtracks, including Cutey Honey: TV Original B.G.M. Collection and New Super Android Cutey Honey: Music Collection Vol. 1 by Columbia Records, and Koda Kumi's Love & Honey by Avex Group under the Rhythm Zone label. Cutey Honey: TV Original B.G.M. Collection (テレビオリジナルBGMコレクション キューティーハニー, Terebi Orijinaru BGM Korekushon Kyūtī Hanī), or simply Cutey Honey: BGM Collection, is the soundtrack to the original 1973 Cutie Honey anime. The soundtrack was released on vinyl (product number CX-7054) by Columbia Records on May 21, 1982. Columbia would re-release the soundtrack on compact disc several times: on February 1, 1990 (CC-4586), on June 21, 1995 (COCC-12683), on November 28, 2000, and on September 25, 2003 (COCC-72028) as the 28th installment of the first volume of the ANIMEX 1200 series. This album includes compositions by the show's composer Takeo Watanabe (渡辺岳夫, Watanabe Takeo). It also includes the original version of the Honey theme song, performed by Yoko Maekawa (前川陽子, Maekawa Yōko). The closing theme was also performed by her as well. Like a lot of soundtracks released at that time, the music scores in this release are abridged in order to
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    Toonami: Deep Space Bass

    Toonami: Deep Space Bass

    • TV program: Toonami
    Deep Space Bass was released in 2001, as the official soundtrack to Cartoon Network's action TV block Toonami. It contains music from various shows' intros, outros, and promo spots, along with other Toonami music, including selections from Toonami's Midnight Run and The Intruder specials. All of the tracks were recorded by Joe Boyd Vigil, who composed Toonami's score from 1999 through 2002. The album has since been long out of print. According to Joe Boyd Vigil, during an interview with The.Toonmaster, Darknight (Track 13, a selection from Batman), was actually taken off the album before its release due to Toonami's head, Sean Akins, belief that it was too "down-tempo". It was later replaced with a track called Hyperspace, however, the covers to the album had already been printed and so the track listing was left uncorrected. All songs written and composed by Joe Boyd Vigil.  There were plans for a follow-up album to be released, but due to Deep Space Bass's low sales, along with several other factors, the album was never officially released. However, the 21-track, 58-minute CD was officially leaked to, and released on The Toonami Digital Arsenal for free download. The Black Hole
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    Touched by an Angel: The Album

    • TV program: Touched by an Angel
    Touched by an Angel: The Album is the soundtrack to the TV series Touched by an Angel. It was released on November 3, 1998 by 550 Music. The album peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Top Christian Albums chart, number 3 on the Top Country Albums chart and number 16 on the all-genre Billboard 200.
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    Life on Mars

    • TV program: Life on Mars
    Life on Mars (Original Soundtrack) is the soundtrack album to the BBC Television TV series of the same name. It was released by Sony BMG Music Entertainment on 19 February 2007, the week after the debut of the programme's second series on BBC One. The album is only available in a physical CD format, including a free fold-out poster. Notable tracks not on the album include: Also omitted are a number of other David Bowie tracks that are featured throughout the series.
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    Music from South of Nowhere

    • TV program: South of Nowhere
    Music featured in episodes of the television series South of Nowhere. There were four theme songs considered for South of Nowhere: The N Soundtrack, released in 2006, contains songs from the first season.
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    Trigun: The 2nd Donut Happy Pack

    Trigun: The 2nd Donut Happy Pack

    • TV program: Trigun
    The following is a list of media relating to the anime and manga series Trigun by Yasuhiro Nightow. Published in three volumes by Tokuma Shoten Reprinted in two volumes by Shōnen Gahōsha, translated by Dark Horse Comics. Published by Shōnen Gahōsha, translated by Dark Horse Comics. Sources Shōnen Gahōsha episode list and TV anime resource center page on Trigun, note that dates are given for the preceding day, as the anime aired after midnight. VHS and Laserdisc, and later DVD, sold by Nippon Victor (JVC) and marketed by Victor Entertainment. VHS and DVD released by Pioneer Entertainment (U.S.) L.P. - and when the company became Geneon, re-released as a new box-set. Funimation Entertainment re-released the series on DVD in late 2010 upon Geneon's collapse. UK DVD release by MVM Films started in 2005, should be finished by end of 2006 (there were delays due to a fire at a disc duplication plant in August 2005) Also, a single UMD, for PlayStation Portable, was released, named Vol. 1, and contained the first two episodes. Trigun is released on DVD in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment. Trigun features music by Tsuneo Imahori. Official disc data here and here. All tracks
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    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 8½: Special

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 8½: Special (ドラゴンボールZ ヒット曲集8½~スペシャル, Doragon Bōru Zetto Hitto Kyokushū Etto nibun-no-ichi~Supesharu),despite its title, is the ninth installment of the Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on November 1, 1991 in Japan only. This album is one of two remix albums produced in the Hit Song Collection series, hence the ½ to the installment number. Here is a list of song the two medleys contain. 7.Kuko's Dance Medley (Ultra New Edition): 8.Kageyama's Power Medley (Ultra New Edition):
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    Drop Dead Diva

    • TV program: Drop Dead Diva
    Music from the Original Television Series Drop Dead Diva was released by Madison Gate Records in 2010. It consists of music featured in the first season of the Lifetime television series Drop Dead Diva. The tracklist includes 14 songs performed by various artists that include: Brooke Elliott, Margaret Cho, Ben Feldman, Scott Starrett, Confetti, Alana D, Becca Jones, Platinum Pied Pipers, Lil' Wendy, Madi Diaz, Dri, Katie Herzig, Malbec and Joshua Morrison. This is the full tracklist for the soundtrack.
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    Teachers 3: A New Term

    • TV program: Teachers
    Teachers : New Term is the official soundtrack, on the Channel 4 label, of the third series of British television comedy-drama series Teachers. This album contains music by various artists, heard in the show itself.
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    Dragon Ball Z: BGM Collection

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z: BGM Collection (ドラゴンボールZ BGMコレクション, Doragon Bōru Zetto BGM Korekushon) is a three disc CD soundtrack set of the BGM (background music) from the anime Dragon Ball Z done by series composer Shunsuke Kikuchi. It was released by Columbia Records on February 22, 2006 in Japan only. This set features the background music and theme songs found in the five disc Dragon Ball & Dragon Ball Z: Great Complete Collection set as well some background music and theme song produced for the later part of the TV series and movies 10-13 that came after the Great Complete Collection was released. Unless stated, all tracks were written and composed by Shunsuke Kikuchi. 1. Hironobu Kageyama 17. Manna 20. Hironobu Kageyama 22. Hironobu Kageyama & Ammy 24. Hironobu Kageyama 26. Hironobu Kageyama & Ammy All vocal tracks by Hironobu Kageyama & Yuka All vocal tracks by Hironobu Kageyama
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    Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex O.S.T 4

    • TV program: Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex
    Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex O.S.T.4- is the fourth original soundtrack of the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex anime series, composed by Yoko Kanno. It features music composed for both seasons of the series and the film Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. Solid State Society, and is produced by Kanno, Victor Entertainment and Bandai. As yet, the album has only been made available as part of the Stand Alone Complex CD-BOX, which includes the first three SAC soundtracks, Kanno's be Human album, the Solid State Society soundtrack, and a Tachikoma-style USB memory stick featuring previously unreleased music from Tachikomatic Days, as well as voice clips, images and video. Unlike the previous soundtrack releases, O.S.T.4- is presented as a single track, without breaks. The CD-BOX liner notes make no mention of separate track titles or the artists' involvement with each section of the album; however, the packaging does state that the soundtrack consists of "16 pieces". Despite the continuous nature of the release, the overlaps and fades between the 16 sub-tracks are minimal.
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    Hannah Montana Forever

    • TV program: Hannah Montana
    Hannah Montana Forever is the fourth soundtrack album for the fourth and final season of the Disney Channel original series Hannah Montana, which premiered in July 2010. In the television series and film, American recording artist and actress Miley Cyrus portrays Miley Stewart, a girl with a secret double life as pop star Hannah Montana. Cyrus performs all of the soundtrack's eleven tracks while being credited to Hannah Montana. The album was released on October 15, 2010 by Walt Disney Records. Executed by different songwriters and composers, the soundtrack ranges in musical composition and lyrical themes. Three tracks on Hannah Montana Forever are duets that feature Iyaz, Sheryl Crow, and Billy Ray Cyrus. The lead single released from the album is "Ordinary Girl", which charted on the Billboard Hot 100 at number ninety-one. "Are You Ready" and "Gonna Get This" were both released as promotional singles from Hannah Montana Forever. The latter also managed to peak at no. 66 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album was also promoted via exclusive releases to Radio Disney. The opening track "Gonna Get This", a duet with British Virgin Islander Iyaz, was written by Niclas Molinder, Joacim
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    Music from the OC: Mix 5

    • TV program: The O.C.
    Music from the OC: Mix 5 is music from the TV series, The OC. It was released November 8, 2005 on Warner Bros./Wea Records. iTunes The iTunes version includes the video for The Subway's "Rock & Roll Queen". C
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    Music from the Tomb of the Cybermen

    • TV program: Doctor Who
    Music from The Tomb of the Cybermen was a "mini-album" of sound effects and stock music from the Doctor Who serial The Tomb of the Cybermen. It is composed of 2 versions of the Doctor Who theme music, sound effects from Doctor Who: 30 Years at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and stock music used in the story. It was planned to be the first in a series of mini-albums, with The Faceless Ones and Inside the Spaceship being motted as future albums. Neither were produced.
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    Songs in the Key of Springfield

    • TV program: The Simpsons
    Songs in the Key of Springfield is a soundtrack/novelty album from The Simpsons compiling many of the musical numbers from the series. The album was released in the United States on March 18, 1997, and in the United Kingdom in June 1997. This was the second album released in associate with the Simpsons television series; however, the previous release, The Simpsons Sing the Blues, contained original recordings as opposed to songs featured in episodes of the series. The album was followed by The Yellow Album, a second album of original songs. Compared to the previous album released in The Simpsons franchise, The Simpsons Sing the Blues, the album failed to match the success of their previous record. It managed to peak at #18 in the United Kingdom, where it would become the last charting album for the franchise in that country. The album was less successful in the United States, where it peaked at #103 on the Billboard 200. However, it was successful on Billboard's Top Kid Audio chart, where it peaked at #1, becoming the first #1 on that chart for the franchise. The first track, which is the extended version of the main title theme, notes that it is from the episode "Cape Feare".
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    SpongeBob Squarepants: Original Theme Highlights

    SpongeBob Squarepants: Original Theme Highlights

    • TV program: SpongeBob SquarePants
    SpongeBob SquarePants: Original Theme Highlights is a collection of songs played on the Nickelodeon TV series SpongeBob SquarePants. It includes tracks sung by the cartoon's characters: SpongeBob SquarePants, Sandy Cheeks, Patrick Star, Squidward Tentacles and Plankton. Its total running time is 9 minutes and 9 seconds, spanning seven tracks. The track "Prehibernation" is an edited version of "Death Rattle" which was featured on Pantera's final album, Reinventing the Steel.
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    Vitaminless

    Vitaminless

    • TV program: Cowboy Bebop
    Cowboy Bebop Vitaminless (カウボーイビバップ ビタミンレス, Kaubōi Bibappu Bitaminresu) is the first mini-album recorded by The Seatbelts for the anime Cowboy Bebop. It features a few of the show's songs, along with the end credits theme, "The Real Folk Blues".
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    Britannia High

    • TV program: Britannia High
    Britannia High is the soundtrack album released from the ITV television show Britannia High The soundtrack features 18 songs from the series. The album is according to Play.com available in 2 different cover colours; the original Blue and the Limited Edition Pink. The album was released on November 24, 2008. The album failed to chart.
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    Moonlighting Soundtrack

    • TV program: Moonlighting
    Moonlighting: The Television Soundtrack Album is the soundtrack to the ABC television series Moonlighting and was produced by Phil Ramone and Glenn Gordon Caron. It features songs performed on the show by series leads Cybill Shepherd and Bruce Willis, alongside the series themej song performed by Al Jarreau. That single peaked at #1 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart on July 25, 1987. Other songs include Chubby Checker's "Limbo Rock", The Isley Brothers's "This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak for You)", and "When a Man Loves a Woman" by Percy Sledge.
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    Samurai Champloo Music Record: Impression

    • TV program: Samurai Champloo
    Samurai Champloo Music Record: Impression is the fourth soundtrack album in the series of the anime show Samurai Champloo. It contains tracks by Nujabes, Force Of Nature, Fat Jon and MINMI.
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    Spring Waltz OST

    • TV program: Spring Waltz
    Spring Waltz is the name of a soundtrack in 2006 for the KBS drama Spring Waltz. Spring Waltz O.S.T Spring Waltz - Love Poem by Lee Ji Soo Spring Waltz Disc 1 By Yoon Jae Ha Spring Waltz Disc 2 By Yoon Jae Ha
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    31 Minutos

    • TV program: 31 Minutos
    31 Minutos (Spanish for "31 Minutes") is the first studio album of the Chilean TV Show 31 Minutos, it includes all the songs of the first season and some extras such as typical phrases, and was released in July 2003. (*) Bold Text written text are the actual songs. (**) Names of Tracks are Spanish tongue-twisters, so names may vary. 31 Minutos Additional musicians Production
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    Haruhi Suzumiya character song albums

    Haruhi Suzumiya character song albums

    • TV program: The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya
    The following music singles are from the anime series The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya sung by the voice actors for the three main female and two main male characters in the series along with four other supporting female characters, making the total number of character albums nine in all. The first three released included songs by Aya Hirano as Haruhi Suzumiya, Minori Chihara as Yuki Nagato and Yuko Goto as Mikuru Asahina. Moreover, two additional character CDs were released on December 6, 2006, sung by Yuki Matsuoka as Tsuruya and Natsuko Kuwatani as Ryōko Asakura. Two more character CDs were released on January 24, 2007, sung by Sayaka Aoki as Kyon's Sister and Yuri Shiratori as Emiri Kimidori. Finally, the CDs for Itsuki Koizumi and Kyon were released on February 21, 2007. Each of the nine singles feature the ending theme song "Hare Hare Yukai". Other than the three main female character's versions which are solo cover versions of the original, there are some alterations. For Tsuruya's version as well as Ryōko's version, the lyrics were changed to fit the character; Tsuruya's version contains her catch phrase "nyoro", while Ryōko reverses the optimistic lyrics to convey
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    Simoun OST 2

    • TV program: Simoun
    This is the second of two original soundtrack albums for the 2006 TV anime Simoun. It was released in Japan by Victor Entertainment. (Incomplete list)
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    Space Ghost Coast to Coast

    • TV program: Space Ghost Coast to Coast
    Space Ghost Coast to Coast is a soundtrack album by Sonny Sharrock, containing music composed for Cartoon Network's Space Ghost Coast to Coast. The disc is a promotional CD advertising the first season of the series, and, as such, is a rarity and very hard to find. Sonny Sharrock agreed to provide the theme music for Space Ghost Coast to Coast after listening to producer Keith Crofford's description of the show. According to Crofford, Sharrock thought the show sounded "cute." On November 19, 1993, Sharrock and Lance Carter, his drummer of choice, met at Quantum Sound Studio, a recording studio in Jersey City, N.J., to improvise over a guide track created by Atlanta musician Eddie Horst. Horst has fondly recalled Sharrock looking up after a particularly blistering take and asking, "Was that too melodic?" The ensuing session not only passed muster for the show's theme song, but it also inspired all of the music for the album. Horst served as producer and played all other instruments on the tracks. The vocals of Alfreda Gerald, who sings on "Hit Single," were added at a later date. All the disparate elements were mixed by the show's sound designer, Roy Clements. Sonny Sharrock
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    The Best of Millennium

    • TV program: Millennium
    The Best of Millennium is a soundtrack album of music written and composed by Mark Snow for the television series Millennium. The album was released through iTunes.
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    Big Love: Hymnal

    • TV program: Big Love
    Big Love: Hymnal – Music Written for the HBO Series Plus Other Recent Compositions is a soundtrack album by David Byrne including music composed for the HBO television drama Big Love released on August 19, 2008. Byrne has written on his journal that it is not "a pop record by any stretch," but a soundtrack featuring lush instrumentation, including horns and strings, with minimal percussion. It is the first release by Byrne's independent record label Todo Mundo, although Everything That Happens Will Happen Today was released in digital format one day prior to Big Love: Hymnal. Byrne initially started writing music for the series in fall, 2006. He found himself attracted to the moral fascination of Big Love and identified with the characters in the series and decided to compose half a dozen hymns that would "imply that [the characters are] always aware of the religious underpinnings that they see as supporting their lifestyle and how they behave." To that end, he sought out Mormon hymnals, recordings of sacred music, and read up on the history of Mormonism. He was also inspired by the soundtrack work of Bernard Herrmann and Nino Rota. He visited the Los Angeles set of the series in
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    The Truth and the Light - Music from the X-Files

    • TV program: The X-Files
    The Truth and the Light: Music from the X-Files is a 1996 album by Mark Snow. The album is composed of excerpts of instrumental music scores from the first three seasons of the American science fiction television series The X-Files, on which Snow was the resident composer. These tracks are linked together with portions of dialogue from the series. Released on October 8, 1996, the album received mixed reviews from critics. It reached a peak position of number forty-two in the UK albums chart, and spent four weeks in France's album charts, peaking at number nine. The Truth and the Light: Music from The X-Files was released by Warner Bros. Records on October 8, 1996, on both compact disc and compact cassette formats. It spent two weeks in the UK Albums Chart, reaching a peak position of number forty-two on September 12, 1996. The album spent four weeks in France's Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique album chart between September 14 and October 26, 1996. It entered the chart at number forty-two, before peaking at number nine, and finally dropping to number forty-three before leaving the chart entirely. A more comprehensive four-disc collection of Snow's compositions for The
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    Torchwood: Original Television Soundtrack

    • TV program: Torchwood
    Torchwood: Original Television Soundtrack is a soundtrack album which was released on 22 September 2008, containing incidental music composed by Ben Foster and Murray Gold and used in the first and second series of the British science fiction television programme Torchwood. Ahead of the official release, the album became available for download on the American iTunes Store on 5 August 2008, and on the Silva Screen website on 8 August 2008.
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    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 12: DBZ a Go Go!!

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 12: DBZ a Go Go!! (ドラゴンボールZ ヒット曲集12~DBZ ア・ゴー・ゴー!!, Doragon Bōru Zetto Hitto Kyokushū Tuwaruvu~DBZ a Gō Gō!!), despite its title, is the thirteenth installment of the Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on September 21, 1992 in Japan only.
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    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 18½ Special: SUPER REMIX

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 18½ Special: Super Remix (ドラゴンボールZ ヒット曲集18½ Special~SUPER REMIX, Doragon Bōru Zetto Hitto Kyokushū Ettotēn nibun-no-ichi Special~SUPER REMIX) is the final installment of the Hit Song Collection series released on March 20, 1996. Like its predecessor, Hit 8½, it is composed of remixes and medleys, but unlike 8½ it contains no exclusive songs. 2. BATTLE SPECTACLE MEDLEY:
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    Dragon Ball Z: Best Song Collection "LEGEND OF DRAGONWORLD"

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z: Best Song Collection "Legend of Dragonworld" (ドラゴンボールZ ベスト ソング コレクション “LEGEND OF DRAGONWORLD”, Doragon Bōru Zetto Besuto Songu Korekushon "LEGEND OF DRAGONWORLD") is a two disc CD soundtrack set of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on February 22, 2006 in Japan only. Among the list of theme and image songs on this set, it also contains very popular image songs from the Hit Song Collection Series as well.
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    Free to Be… You and Me

    • TV program: Free to Be… You and Me
    Free to Be… You and Me, a project of the Ms. Foundation for Women, is a record album and illustrated book first released in November 1972 featuring songs and stories sung or told by celebrities of the day (credited as "Marlo Thomas and Friends") including Alan Alda, Rosey Grier, Cicely Tyson, Carol Channing, Michael Jackson, and Diana Ross. An ABC Afterschool Special using poetry, songs, and sketches, followed two years later in March 1974. The basic concept was to encourage post-1960s gender neutrality, saluting values such as individuality, tolerance, and comfort with one's identity. A major thematic message is that anyone—whether a boy or a girl—can achieve anything. The original idea to create the album was that of Thomas, who wanted to teach her then-young niece Dionne about life, in particular that it is acceptable to refute or reject the blatant gender stereotypes in children's books of that time. The album was produced by Carole Hart, with music produced by Stephen J. Lawrence and Bruce Hart, with stories and poems directed by Alan Alda. Proceeds went to the Ms. Foundation for Women. The album has been published by Arista Records since 1983 (it was first published by Bell
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    Glee: The Music, Volume 4

    • TV program: Glee
    Glee: The Music, Volume 4 is the fifth soundtrack album by the cast of the musical television series Glee, which airs on Fox in the United States. It was released on November 26, 2010, by Columbia Records and features cover version performances from the first half of the second season. Executive production was handled by Dante Di Loreto and Brad Falchuk and all tracks were released as singles. It was nominated for a Grammy Award (2011) in the Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media category. The album's tracks constitute performances from eight of the first nine episodes of the season; the fifth, "The Rocky Horror Glee Show", received its own extended play in October 2010, Glee: The Music, The Rocky Horror Glee Show. The track listing for Glee: The Music, Volume 4 was revealed on November 3, 2010, followed by the official press release on November 9, 2010. The album was preceded by Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album on November 16, 2010, which accompanies a later Christmas episode. Actress Gwyneth Paltrow guest-starred on an episode performing "Forget You", the censored version of Cee Lo Green's 2010 single "Fuck You", which appears on the album. The series' cover versions
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    Lizzie McGuire

    • TV program: Lizzie McGuire
    Lizzie McGuire is the soundtrack to the television series of the same name. The album is a collection of hits by various artists, used as background music in the show or inspired by it. It also includes the show's theme song and a song by Hilary Duff, the actress who plays Lizzie. This was Hilary's music debut. It has sold 1,000,000 copies in the U.S and was certified Platinum by the RIAA.
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    Opera Sauvage

    • TV program: L'opéra sauvage
    Opéra sauvage is a 1979 album, by Greek composer and artist Vangelis, of the score for the nature documentary by the same title by French filmmaker Frédéric Rossif. The album sleeve design is by Vangelis himself. Vangelis produced this album during his electro-acoustic period, which was one of the most productive in his musical career. Opera Sauvage is more akin to his classic sound than his earlier nature scores for the same director, such as L'Apocalypse des animaux and La Fête sauvage. A later collaboration with Rossif in the style of Opéra sauvage was Sauvage et Beau. The album became #42 in the Billboard top 200, and stayed in the charts for 39 weeks. "Hymne", "L'Enfant", "Mouettes" and "Irlande" build on fairly simple themes that are developed instrumentally. "Rêve" is, indeed, as the title suggests, a dreamy calm piece. "Chromatique" has a chromatic instrumental line with chords on an acoustic guitar. "Flamants roses", finally, consists of several parts, from slow to upbeat, and finishing off with a bluesy finale; Jon Anderson features prominently on harp. Vangelis plays several synthesizers, piano, electric piano (featured extensively on "Rêve"), drums, percussion,
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    Space Ghost's Musical Bar-B-Que

    • TV program: Cartoon Planet
    Space Ghost's Musical Bar-B-Que is the first of two commercially available Cartoon Planet soundtrack albums, the second being Space Ghost's Surf & Turf. Featuring songs and skits by Space Ghost and his arch enemies Zorak and Brak.
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    T.C.B.

    • TV program: TCB
    TCB was a 1968 television special produced by Motown Productions and George Schlatter–Ed Friendly Productions (of Laugh-In fame). The special was a musical revue starring Motown's two most popular groups at the time, Diana Ross & the Supremes and The Temptations. Containing a combination of showtunes, specially prepared numbers, and popular Motown hits, the special was taped before a live studio audience in September 1968 and originally broadcast December 9, 1968 on NBC, sponsored by the Timex watch corporation. The title of the program uses a then-popular acronym, "TCB", which stands for "Taking Care of Business". Among the program's highlights were Diana Ross' "Afro Vogue" solo spot, Paul Williams' emotionally charged rendition of "For Once in My Life," a cover by both groups of the Aretha Franklin version of Otis Redding's "Respect," and then-new Temptations lead singer Dennis Edwards' lead performance on "(I Know) I'm Losing You," a song considered a signature for his predecessor, David Ruffin. A soundtrack album, TCB – The Original Cast Soundtrack was released a week before the special aired on December 9 and reached #1 on the U.S. Billboard Top 200 albums chart. The
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    TOKKO Original Soundtrack

    • TV program: Tokko
    Tokko's original soundtrack was released in stores across Japan on June 28, 2006 as part of its release with the TOKKO TV series. This does not include the opening and ending themes. Artists such as No Milk, Nude Jazz, Aoki Takamasa, Heprcam, DJ Baku, Numb, Koji Sekiguchi, and Danchambo have collaborated to create the soundtrack album.
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    攻殻機動隊 Stand Alone Complex O.S.T.

    攻殻機動隊 Stand Alone Complex O.S.T.

    • TV program: Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex
    Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex O.S.T. is the first original soundtrack of the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex anime series, composed by Yoko Kanno. It features the soundtrack and music composed for the first season of the series, and is produced by Kanno, Victor Entertainment and Bandai. Two versions of the CD were released: The original one, and later, the "+" version, featuring two extra tracks, the TV sized opening and closing themes of the second season of the series, Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG. This track listing is taken from the "+" version CD jacket. Early releases of the "+" version were incorrectly mastered and tracks on the CD differ from the track listing. On affected copies the "Velveteen" and "Lithium Flower" tracks were included together as track #8 (total play time of 8:31). As a result, track #9 is actually "Home Stay" (3:57), track #10 is "Inner Universe" (4:55), and track #11 is "Fish-Silent Cruise" with a correct play time of 2:14. Track #12, with a play time of 5:15, is titled "Fish-Silent Cruise (Part 2)". This defect was apparently corrected at some point as current copies do not suffer from this problem.
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    Cowboy Bebop: Blue

    Cowboy Bebop: Blue

    • TV program: Cowboy Bebop
    Cowboy Bebop Blue is the third Cowboy Bebop soundtrack album recorded by The Seatbelts. This album features many vocal pieces, including a setting of the Ave Maria text, performed by the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Anthony Inglis. It also has several songs performed by the American musicians.
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    Doctor Who: Original Soundtrack Recording

    Doctor Who: Original Soundtrack Recording is a promotional-only soundtrack album of music from the 1996 Doctor Who TV movie published by the composer, John Debney. Additional music was contributed by John Sponsler and Louis Febre ^a Composed by John Sponsler ^b Composed by Louis Febre ^c Composed by John Debney and John Sponsler ^d Composed by John Debney and Louis Febre ^e Contains "Doctor Who" composed by Ron Grainer CD Edited and mastered by James Nelson at Digital Outland CD Art direction: Mark Banning Front Cover concept: David Hirsch Special Thanks to Ryan K. Johnson
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    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 14: Straight

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 14: Straight (ドラゴンボールZ ヒット曲集14~ストレ-ト, Doragon Bōru Zetto Hitto Kyokushū Fōrutēn~Sutorēto) despite its title is the fifteenth installment of the Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on March 21, 1993 in Japan only.
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    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 9: Future Shock!!

    • TV program: Dragon Ball Z
    Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 9: Future Shock!! (ドラゴンボールZ ヒット曲集9~フューチャー・ショック!!, Doragon Bōru Zetto Hitto Kyokushū Nain~Fyūchā Shokku!!), despite its title, is the tenth installment of the Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection series of the anime Dragon Ball Z. It was released by Columbia Records on November 1, 1991 in Japan only.
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    Eureka

    • TV program: Eureka
    Eureka: Original Soundtrack From the Sci-Fi Channel Television Series is a soundtrack album released on August 26, 2008, containing incidental music composed primarily by Bear McCreary and used in the second season of the Syfy original series, Eureka. The album consists of 28 tracks, and includes two variations of the Mark Mothersbaugh and John Enroth composed main theme, as well as two songs -- "Let's Get Hitched" and "EurekAerobics" -- written by Brendan McCreary and Captain Ahab, respectively. The album was released through the La La Land Records website, and is available primarily through them.
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    Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex O.S.T 2

    Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex O.S.T 2

    • TV program: Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex
    The music for the anime series Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex was primarily composed by Yoko Kanno and produced by Victor Entertainment. Soundtracks were also produced for the two OVA films, The Laughing Man and Individual Eleven, and the TV film Solid State Society. Yoko Kanno composed the music for all of the opening and closing themes for Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, its second season, film sequel and OVAs. The opening theme for Stand Alone Complex is "Inner Universe", performed by Origa, with lyrics written by Origa and Shanti Snyder in Russian, English and Latin. The closing theme for Stand Alone Complex is "Lithium Flower", performed by Scott Matthew, with lyrics by Tim Jensen. When terrestrial television later re-broadcast the series, "Inner Universe" was replaced with "GET9" (performed by jillmax and written by Tim Jensen), while "Lithium Flower" was replaced with "I Do" (written and performed by Ilaria Graziano). The opening theme for Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG is "Rise", performed by Origa, with lyrics written by Origa and Tim Jensen. The closing theme is "Living Inside the Shell", performed by Steve Conte and written by Shanti Snyder. 2nd GIG
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    Go Simpsonic with The Simpsons

    • TV program: The Simpsons
    Go Simpsonic with The Simpsons is the 1999 soundtrack album from The Simpsons. It takes many of the musical numbers from the series which were either not included in the previous album, Songs in the Key of Springfield, or were created since the previous album's release. The album has 53 tracks, most of which were written by Alf Clausen. It was well received by critics, being named the Best Compilation Album of 1999 by Soundtrack.net, and charted at number 197 on the Billboard 200. Go Simpsonic with The Simpsons is a soundtrack album that features songs that have appeared on the American animated television series The Simpsons, as well as some songs that never made the final cut. It is a sequel to the album Songs in the Key of Springfield, and the second album to feature songs from the show. The third and latest soundtrack album, The Simpsons: Testify, was released eight years after Go Simpsonic in 2007. Most songs on the album were written by Alf Clausen, who is the composer on The Simpsons and co-writes, arranges, produces, and conducts almost all music that is featured in the show. Although the album also features covers of songs written by others. For example, a cover of "The
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    H.I.T.

    • TV program: H.I.T.
    H.I.T. is the name of a soundtrack in 2007 for the MBC drama H.I.T. (히트), which stands for Homicide Investigation Unit. The Super Junior members featured in this soundtrack are Yesung, Kang-in, Sungmin, Donghae, Ryeowook, and Kyuhyun.
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    House M.D. - Original Television Soundtrack

    • TV program: House
    House M.D. Original Television Soundtrack is a soundtrack album for the television series House. It was released on September 18, 2007 by Nettwerk Records. The soundtrack includes full length versions of songs featured in the show, such as "See the World" by Gomez, "Walter Reed" by Michael Penn and "Teardrop", the shows opening theme, performed by Massive Attack. It also featured songs that were recorded especially for the series that were not previously released, such as a cover of the Christina Aguilera song "Beautiful", by Elvis Costello and a cover of The Rolling Stones' "You Can't Always Get What You Want" by Band From TV. Episode the song is featured in is listed in parentheses following title and artist * North America only. ** previously unreleased in the US *** iTunes exclusive The House, MD official television soundtrack was released on September 18, 2007 by Nettwerk Records. The CD included a performance by Band from TV, a band formed by actor Greg Grunberg, that features television actors singing and playing instruments for charity. Hugh Laurie, the lead actor of House is part of this band. The band was contacted by NBC in 2007 about performing on the soundtrack, to
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    Kimagure Orange Road - Sound Colour 1

    Kimagure Orange Road - Sound Colour 1

    • TV program: Kimagure Orange Road
    Serial No - LD32-5049 For lyrics and translations, please click on the name of the songs. (Bonus Karaoke Tracks - CD Re-released on ?? 1999 Futureland TYCY-5427 Total Time = ??) [OP] = Opening Theme Song [ED] = Ending Theme Song [IS] = Insert Song
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    Masters of Horror

    Masters of Horror

    • TV program: Masters of Horror
    Masters of Horror is the soundtrack accompanying the television series Masters of Horror. Volume 1 sold over 50,000 copies.
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    Naked Brothers Band

    • TV program: The Naked Brothers Band
    The Naked Brothers Band is a soundtrack album by The Naked Brothers Band for Season 1 of The Naked Brothers Band television series. The album was also released as a deluxe fanpack that includes a poster, lyrics & 2 bonus tracks. Nickelodeon saw The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie, in early 2006. They picked the show up in 2006. Polly Draper asked her boys to record all the music for the series as an album. After being asked to record an album, the brothers began writing several songs for the show. The songs had a pop style, directed more for younger viewers. Alex was only able to write two songs for the series, due to being 8 at the time. In Summer 2006, the band arrived in the studio, and began recording the music for the series. They recorded the show's theme "If That's Not Love", although they were not happy with the version (this version was used as the theme for Season 1), so in May 2007 they returned to the studio and recorded a completely different version to the song which sounded more mature than the other tracks from the album. The band released the album on October 7, 2007. The album debuted at #23 on the Billboard 200. All songs written and composed by Nat Wolff, except
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    Neon Genesis Evangelion II

    Neon Genesis Evangelion II

    • TV program: Neon Genesis Evangelion
    Neon Genesis Evangelion II is a soundtrack album featuring music from the Neon Genesis Evangelion anime series. (incomplete list)
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    Phineas and Ferb

    • TV program: Phineas and Ferb
    Phineas and Ferb is the first soundtrack album for the Disney Channel Original Series, Phineas and Ferb, which was released September 22, 2009 in the United States on compact disc and audio cassette from Walt Disney Records. The album contains 26 songs from season one. It also contains the bonus track "The F-Games" that can only be heard online. As of March 6, 2010, the soundtrack had sold about 122,600 copies in the United States. The artists on the soundtrack all are in Phineas and Ferb except for Bowling for Soup who performs the themetune for the series. The song "Gitchee Gitchee Goo" performed by Vincent Martella & Ashley Tisdale featured in the episode "Flop Starz", was also included in the 2009 album Disney Channel Playlist. The original report cited that the initial February 10, 2009 release date had been pushed back to August 4. On June 26, 2009 the release date was pushed back to September 22, 2009. Later this has been confirmed on the official website. The soundtrack album was released in the United Kingdom on October 10, 2009 via EMI Music. Several other soundtracks for the series have been released.
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    Primer Amor A 1000 X Hora

    • TV program: Primer amor... a mil por hora
    Primer Amor A 1000 X Hora is an album, soundtrack to the telenovela Primer amor... a mil por hora. It was released in 2000.
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    Songs from Instant Star Three

    • TV program: Instant Star
    Songs from Instant Star 3 is the soundtrack for the third season of Instant Star. All of the songs on the CD were originally sung by Alexz Johnson, but when she was signed to Capitol Records, other people recorded them. The reason for this was to lessen confusion with Alexz's upcoming solo album, which has now been delayed because of Capitol Records being bought out. On the show itself, most songs will be sung by Alexz. However, Tyler Kyte's character, Vincent Spiederman, records a solo single (thus far in the series), and Karma also has a musical career in which she will be recording with limited relevance to the show/soundtrack. Amazon.ca says the reason that the songs aren't all sung by Alexz is because of legal issues. The album was officially released July 3, 2007. There was a physical copy available for purchase in stores. The album was officially released March 11, 2008. You can purchase the album through iTunes, FYE music stores or Amazon.com.
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    Soundtrack 90210

    • TV program: 90210
    Soundtrack 90210 is the first soundtrack album from the television series 90210 since it relaunched in 2008. The album features 14 brand new tracks exclusive to the soundtrack including Adele and The Raconteurs, The All-American Rejects, N*E*R*D featuring Santigold, JET, Anberlin, Mutemath, Owl City, OK Go and Parachute, all set for placement in 90210 episodes during the 2009–2010 season. Throughout 2009 and leading up to the fall season's premiere episode, executive producer Rebecca Sinclair and music supervisor Scott Vener listened to dozens of submitted tracks before choosing the ones best suited for upcoming storylines. Those resulting songs provided the repertoire for the album. The track listing on the compact disc version of the album mislabeled "I Want You So Bad I Can't Breathe" by Ok Go as "I Want You So Bad" and also mislabeled "Understand" by Darrelle London as "Understood".
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    Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles

    • TV program: Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
    Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles is the first soundtrack album release from the science fiction television series of the same name based on the Terminator franchise. The score is licensed for release by Warner Bros. Entertainment to La-La Land Records who issued the soundtrack album on December 23, 2008. Composed by Bear McCreary, it features the series opening title and closing themes as well as stand-out themes and musical cues from various episodes of the show's first season and from the first two episodes of the second season. The soundtrack also includes a cover of the Rev. Gary Davis gospel song "Samson and Delilah ", arranged by McCreary and performed by Shirley Manson, who joined the series cast at the start of the second season. Series producer Josh Friedman, actors Thomas Dekker and Shirley Manson, as well as McCreary each contribute personal notes within the release sleeve-notes. The Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles soundtrack collects several character themes (Sarah Connor, Derek Reese and Catherine Weaver's themes feature, as do variations on James Ellison and Andy Goode's themes) and also collects some other stand out pieces featured across the series
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    The Dukes of Hazzard

    • TV program: Dukes of Hazzard
    The Dukes of Hazzard is the original soundtrack from the television show The Dukes of Hazzard. It should not be confused with the motion picture soundtrack with almost the same name. Released originally in 1981 then re-released in 2005 on compact disc, it includes the theme to the show and one of Schneiders best hits "In the drivers seat". Most of the cast performed a song for the soundtrack. Remastered producing by Rob Santos.
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    The Rose

    • TV program: The Rose
    The Rose Original Soundtrack (traditional Chinese: 薔薇之戀 電視原聲帶; simplified Chinese: 蔷薇之恋 電視原聲帶; pinyin: Qiáng Wéi Zhī Liàn Diànshì Yuánshēngdài) is the soundtrack for the 2003 Taiwanese drama, The Rose, starring Ella of S.H.E, Jerry Huang, Joe Cheng, and Joelle Lu. Although The Rose was produced in Taiwan, where Traditional Chinese script is used, the drama uses a Simplified Chinese title. It was released by HIM International Music on 1 June 2003. The music video for "花都開好了" (Flowers Have Blossomed) was S.H.E's first outdoor music video since Youth Society's "熱帶雨林" (Tropical Rain Forest). Selina and Joe Cheng starred in the music video for "葉子" (Leaf). The track "花都開好了" (Flowers Have Blossomed) is listed at number 29 on Hit Fm Taiwan's Hit Fm Annual Top 100 Singles Chart (Hit-Fm年度百首單曲) for 2003. The album won Best Original Soundtrack at the 2004 HITO Radio Music Awards presented by Taiwanese radio station Hit FM.
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